Navigating Through the Ethical Swamp: Do You Have the Tools?

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Navigating Through the Ethical Swamp: Do You Have the Tools?

 

WHO: Open to the public
WHERE: FLC Room 114/115 – Cumberland Heights River Road Campus
WHEN: July 19, 2019 from 1:00PM – 4:00PM

With the opioid epidemic, the increasing complexity of healthcare and reimbursement, medication supported recovery, the demand for standardized assessments and evidence based treatments, measurable outcomes, and the move toward integration into primary care, the addiction treatment field has never had more difficult ethical dilemmas to face. We all know the codes and we have a pretty good idea where we stand, don’t we? Don’t we? Could you explain your process for working through an ethical dilemma? Do you have a firm foundation to show that you thought deeply and well about all the relevant issues and principles involved? If that makes you squirm a little, this is the workshop for you. True processing of ethical dilemmas involves critical thinking skills. Come join us as we talk about what those are, how they are used, and have some fun learning to use them in a simulation of a treatment environment. This is not your mother’s ethics training! See you there!

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