December 19, 2020

Everyday Ethics in Social Work Practice

December 19, 2020 School of Social Work Continuing Education • University of Pittsburgh 2117 Cathedral of Learning PittsburghPA  15260 View Map Organized by University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work

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Everyday Ethics in Social Work Practice
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December 19, 2020
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Saturday
Ages 18-255 · Co-Ed

School of Social Work Continuing Education

University of Pittsburgh 2117 Cathedral of Learning PittsburghPA  15260
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Description

Everyday Ethics in Social Work Practice
Course DescriptionWhile most social workers believe that they practice ethically, many are not familiar with general ethical principles which impact everyday social work practice. Still others have not reviewed the Code of Ethics since its update in 2018. How can you know that you practice ethically when you remain generally uniformed? Even for those who consider themselves ethically competent, new models of service provision presented by the current public health crisis offer ethical challenges for all. This workshop helps participants translate ethical concepts into everyday practical application.
Learning Objectives
  • Fundamental ethical principles and social work values commonly applied to social work professional practice
  • Understand how ethical principles found in the NASW Code of Ethics impact everyday practice
  • Review emerging and timely issues which impact ethical practice in the workplace

Location

Online via Zoom

Instructor

Ginny Vayda

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