Using HIV/AIDS and complex mental health issues as case study content, the workshop will explore legal and ethical issues, individual and institutional attitudes med-blog.com that may affect services, opportunities to provide culturally competent services, and a framework or model for ethical decision making. It is intended for practitioners in both direct services and administrative roles in a variety of practice settings, working with diverse groups of clients/consumers.
GET THOSE ETHICS HOURS!
There will be a 5 hour ethics workshop presented by Catherine Ivy, LCSW, Director of NASW-Georgia, on August 10th, from 8:30am to 2:30pm at the Hoskins Center at Memorial Hospital. 5 Ethics CEUs will be offered from NASW-Georgia.
Cost is $50 per person, and a continental breakfast and lunch will be included. If you choose not to eat, the cost will remain $50 per person.