Telehealth and Risk Managment
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The year 2020 marked a transformational milestone in how mental health practitioners deliver their services. For the past two years, professionals have navigated telehealth and in-person environments to the best of their abilities. By attending this webinar, you will receive critical information from the ethics and risk management point of view, which will equip you with the necessary tools to make the best decision on delivering services for your practice.
Recognize the inherent risk management challenges of their practice.
Realize technology's impact on everyone's practice and the importance of following their profession's Code of Ethics and Technology Standards.
Complete a risk assessment of their practice, identifying the most convenient method for delivery of services.
Identify how natural disasters such as the pandemic affect their practice and how it is the professional's responsibility to ethically perform their work by following their code of ethics and risk management mitigation tools.
Betsy retired from Kansas State University in May 2019. She served as Associate Social Work Program coordinator from May 2015 to May 2019 following ten years as head of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work at Kansas State University. During her 25 years at KSU, Dr. Cauble taught every course in the social work curriculum. Her prior experience includes serving as child welfare administrator at Franklin County Children's Services in Columbus, Ohio, director of a hospital social work department, family therapist, director of a custody mediation research project, and foster parent. Betsy received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Colorado and her MSW and PhD from the University of Minnesota. Her areas of interest include social work practice, public policy, ethical behavioral health practice, and child welfare.
Yvonne M. Chase is an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Services at the University of Alaska/Anchorage. Dr. Chase’s prior experience includes serving as deputy commissioner for two state departments in Alaska and one in Washington State. She also has significant experience in the non-profit sector. Dr. Chase holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Loyola University in Chicago, a Masters in Social Work from Howard University in Washington, DC, and a Doctorate in Social Work from Norfolk State University. Her areas of interest include social work ethics, child welfare, serving diverse client populations and the global social work community.
Agenda: Friday, July 15, 2022
Sign-In/Registration: 8:30 am – 9:00 am
Workshop – 9:00 am – 12:15 pm (with intermittent breaks)
NASW-IA has determined that this program meets the criteria of the Iowa Board of Social Work for 3.0 hours of social work ethics continuing education.
Please note that NASW-IA charges a $25.00 Administration fee for any cancellation.
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