ACSW Presents: What a Tangled Web We Weave: Exploring Ethical-Decision Making in Social Work
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In this Webinar, the Inclusive model of ethical decision making (McAuliffe & Chenoweth 2008) will be presented, and the foundation dimensions of accountability, consultation, critical reflection and cultural sensitivity explored. The model has five phases, and these will be explained with the questions that accompany each phase provided to illustrate how the foundation dimensions are kept in central focus.
The Webinar will conclude with recommendations for ways that social workers can promote ethical literacy within workplaces and encourage sound ethical decision making processes.
Learning Objectives: ACSW Presents
The Australian College of Social Work was set up in 2011 within the AASW to recognise and promote advanced social work practice and provide leadership in practice excellence. The College recognises and acknowledges the highest professional standards and qualifications that social workers offer and promotes social work excellence and expertise. Our Foundation Fellows are committed to providing leadership in this first phase of the College and to its goals for Australian social work into the future.
Donna McAuliffe is Associate Professor And Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) in the School of Human Services and Social Work, Griffith University. She has a lengthy history of practice as a social worker, including work in mental health services, legal social work, community development, health promotion and program management. Her area of expertise is applied ethics and professional conduct, and she takes an interdisciplinary approach to ethics education and research.
Donna is a reviewer for journals including Australian Social Work; Ethics and Social Welfare (UK); and the Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics (US). Her research includes ethics education and interdisciplinary collaboration; ethical tensions in rural and remote practice; and ethics related to professional duties and responsibilities. She has written a book on Interprofessional Ethics to be published by Cambridge University Press in 2014.
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- AASW members: $20
- Full Fee: $30
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