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Social Work Ethics and Boundaries in Rural Wisconsin

The National Association of Social Workers – Wisconsin Chapter is offering “Social Work Ethics and Boundaries in Rural Wisconsin”:

“With the increasing work demands and complexities of issues experienced by clients, managing ethical dilemmas and professional boundaries can be challenging. This workshop will further explore how to identify and respond to ethical issues, especially when values and ethics conflict with professional responsibilities. This workshop will provide tips and refreshers for maintaining healthy boundaries, especially in rural communities, and will explore emerging ethical challenges in the areas of confidentiality, informed consent, technology and social media.”

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Date

Jan 15 2021
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Time

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Online

Organizer

National Association of Social Workers - Wisconsin Chapter
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