Ethical Dilemmas and Legal Issues: Decision Making for Safe and Ethical Social Work Practice
This workshop addresses the use of laws, codes of ethics and ethical decision-making models to address ethical issues, resolve ethical dilemmas and prevent ethical violations. We'll analyze common ethical issues/dilemmas encountered in practice to gain understanding of alternative ways of responding to them. You will apply the code and learn an ethical decision-making model that you will apply to cases regarding issues like blurred boundaries and dual relationships, confidentiality, informed consent and self-determination. You will recognize the risks to practice with the use of technology and learn methods to safeguard practice.
Date and time: Friday, March 31, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Presented by: Dr. Linda Reeser.
Cost: $120 - 50% WMU Student Discount, or a 25% Discount for WMU faculty, staff, and current-year instructors.
CE Credits: This in-person event offers 6 hours of CEs.
Location: Meeting in-person at WMU's College of Health and Human Services, room 2060.
Kalamazoo MI 49008 US
50% WMU Student Discount, or a 25% Discount for WMU Faculty, Staff, and Current-year instructors.
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