Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Pharmacist CEU
Contact Hours: 1.0 (0.1 CEUs)

Course Summary

Individuals should be free from sexual harassment in society and in the workplace. Sexual harassment is a form of unlawful discrimination. Individuals should be educated on the definition of sexual harassment, the relevant federal and state statutory provisions concerning sexual harassment, and the remedies available to victims of sexual harassment. In order to combat sexual harassment in the workplace, employers are charged with preventing, investigating, and correcting sexual harassment. These areas will be discussed along with the history of sexual harassment law in the United States and examples of what constitutes sexual harassment will be given.

Course Objectives

Summarize relevant federal and state statutory provisions (using Illinois statutes) concerning sexual harassment

Provide examples of conduct that constitutes unlawful sexual harassment

Describe remedies available to victims of sexual harassment

Describe the responsibilities of employers in preventing, investigating, and correcting sexual harassment.

I. Introduction

II. History of Sexual Harassment Law in the US

III. Sexual Harassment Under the Illinois Human Rights Act

1. Hostile Work Environment
2. Quid Pro Quo

IV. Defining Sexual Harassment

V. Examples of Sexual Harassment

1. Verbal Sexual Harassment
2. Nonverbal Sexual Harassment
3. Physical Sexual Harassment

VI. Application of Sexual Harassment Laws in the Workplace

VII. Prevalence of Sexual Harassment

VIII. Preventing Sexual Harassment

IX. Reporting Sexual Harassment

X. Investigating Sexual Harassment

XI. Remedies for Victims of Sexual Harassment

XII. Employer’s Liability for Sexual Harassment

XIII. Summary

How to Earn Credit:
To earn credit for this course, participants must:
  1. Read the course objectives and faculty planner disclosure
  2. Read the course material
  3. Complete the post-test with a minimum score of 70% and complete the course evaluation form.
  4. Results are automatically submitted to CPE Monitor

Faculty Planner Disclosure

The following individuals were involved in the development of this activity: Steven Malen, PharmD, MBA, and Pamela Sardo, PharmD, BS. Pamela Sardo, Pharm.D., B.S., was an employee of Rhythm Pharmaceuticals until March 2022 and has no conflicts of interest or relationships regarding the subject matter discussed. There are no financial relationships relevant to this activity to report or disclose by any of the individuals involved in the development of this activity.

Unlabeled Use Disclosures

The information provided in this course is general in nature and it is solely designed to provide participants with continuing education credit(s). This course and materials are not meant to substitute for the independent, professional judgment of any participant regarding that participant’s professional practice, including but not limited to patient assessment, diagnosis, treatment and/or health management. Medical and pharmacy practices, rules, and laws vary from state to state, and this course does not cover the laws of each state; therefore, participants must consult the laws of their state as they relate to their professional practice. Healthcare professionals, including pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, must consult with their employer, healthcare facility, hospital, or other organization, for guidelines, protocols, and procedures they are to follow. The information provided in this course does not replace those guidelines, protocols, and procedures but is for academic purposes only, and this course’s limited purpose is for the completion of continuing education credits. Participants are advised and acknowledge that information related to medications, their administration, dosing, contraindications, adverse reactions, interactions, warnings, precautions, or accepted uses are constantly changing, and any person taking this course understands that such person must make an independent review of medication information prior to any patient assessment, diagnosis, treatment and/or health management. Any discussion of off-label use of any medication, device, or procedure is informational only and such uses are not endorsed hereby. Nothing contained in this course represents the opinions, views, judgments, or conclusions of LLC. LLC is not liable or responsible to any person for any inaccuracy, error, or omission with respect to this course, or course material.

Computer Hardware/Software Requirements

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  • Operating System: Windows 7,8,10, or 11 /Mac OS X 10.9 or later/iOS/Android
  • Supported Browsers: Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera
  • A connection to the internet
  • For Live Webinars or Conferences: GoToWebinar application for iOS, Android, Mac, or PC. You cannot 'call into' a live conference.

  • Target Audience: Pharmacist
  • Contact Hours: 1.0 (0.1 CEUs)
  • Activity Release Date: 4/21/2023
  • Activity Expiration Date: 4/21/2026
  • Activity Type: Knowledge
  • UAN: 0669-0000-23-060-H99-P
  • Topic: Additional Topic Areas
  • CeBroker Number: 20-1037416


Steve Malen, PharmD, MBA



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