Social Work Practice (335) 9-27-16 and 9-29-16
Social Work Practice (335) 9-27-16 and 9-29-16 SW 335
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Date Created: 10/02/16
92716 Ethics ● Ethical decision making is central to professionalism ● All 50 states have laws to regulate social work ○ These laws change on a regular basis ● Malpractice: negligence inconsistent with standards of care ○ Malfeasance: intentionally engaging in harmful practice ○ Misfeasance: mistake in practice ○ Nonfeasance: failing to apply standard practice ● Most common allegations against social workers: ○ Incorrect treatment ○ Sexual impropriety ○ Breach of confidentiality/privacy ○ Failure to diagnose/misdiagnosing ○ Client suicide ● Higher risk settings: ○ Child welfare ○ Clinical work with repressed memories ● Legal obligations: ○ Duty to respect privacy (respecting social and physical boundaries) ○ Duty to maintain confidentiality (don’t share a client’s information without informed consent) ○ Duty to care (obligated to meet reasonable standard of care) ○ Duty to inform (inform clients of treatment issues, costs, worker expertise, etc.) ○ Duty to report (report suspected child abuse, and in some states, the abuse of the elderly or disabled) ○ Duty to warn and protect (if a client poses harm to someone, warn that person, notify law enforcement) ● ETHIC model ○ E: examine relevant values ○ T: think about NASW standards, laws, and court cases ○ H: hypothesize consequences of decisions ○ I: identify who will benefit and/or be harmed ○ C: consult with supervisor and/or colleagues
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