March 16th, Bioethics, History Theory & Practice

$50.00

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Facilitator: Jennifer Obenshain, MSW, LCSW
This interactive presentation will examine the discipline of bioethics. Content will include the historical context that led to modern day health care ethics committees and principles that drive ethical decision making. A review of how bioethics principles align with social work ethics will also be presented. Attendees will be introduced to the concepts of clinical ethics and have the opportunity to utilize these principles to work as a committee through a specific case and arrive at recommendations for how to ethically proceed.

Objectives:
– Participants will learn the history and principles of bioethics and understand how these align with social work ethics
– Participants will practice applying clinical (bioethic) principles to a case and determine if recommendations also align with social work

When: Saturday, March 16th, 2019
Time: Doors open at 9:00 am Training workshop from 9:30-11:30 am, Membership Meeting from 11:30-12:00 pm
Location: Boise State University, Interactive Learning Center (ILC Rm. 204)
Parking: Brady Garage (2.25 flat rate – Select “Social Work Training”)

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Cost: Free to members and $50 at the door for non-members (any master’s level or higher mental health professional is welcome)