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Addressing Ethical Dilemmas in an Era of Complex Practice Issues: HIV/AIDS as a Case Study

9/25/2014
When: 9/25/2014
1 until 4:30 pm
Where: Methodist Home for Children
4300 Monument Road
Philadelphia, PA  19131
Presenter: Jennifer Goldberg, LSW
Contact: NASW-PA Staff
717-232-4125 (chapter office)


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Addressing Ethical Dilemmas in an Era of Complex Practice Issues: HIV/AIDS as a Case Study

by Jennifer Goldberg, LSW

This training was developed as part of the National Association of Social Workers,  HIV/AIDS Spectrum: Mental Health Training and Education of Social Workers Project under contract with the Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS), US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

The purpose of this workshop is to demonstrate and apply a systematic ethical decision making process that raises the standard of practice. Application of the model to a case study enables participants to practice using the skills inherent to the Ethical Decision Making model utilized in this training.


The learning objectives for this workshop are:

  • Participants will learn how to analyze complex cases in terms of five foundational ethical principles.

  • Participants will learn a framework for ethical decision making that can be utilized in any sexual health profession field.

  • Participants will apply the 9 step model to the case study presented.


Cost for members - $20
Cost for non members - $40

3.5 Ethics CEs awarded at the end of the presentation.

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