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Ethics: Applying a decision making model to ethical dilemmas is a Course

Ethics: Applying a decision making model to ethical dilemmas

Ended Mar 29, 2020
2.0 credits

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Is there a difference between morals and ethics?  What ethical codes are most typically used by rehabilitation practitioners?   What guiding principles help us make decision when ethical dilemmas occur?  What is the practitioner’s responsibility to our consumer?  These questions and many others will be answered by Dr. Brandi Levingston. Dr Levingston will demonstrate how to use a decision making model to tease out possible solutions to ethical dilemmas.  By using several real life examples, participants will walk through the steps of the decision making model.  This session will highlight how the practitioner’s value system may influence our decisions.  Dr. Levingston will review what consultations may be advised when developing a plan of action to address the ethical issue.

Presenter: Dr. Brandi Levingston, Ph.D., CRC