Sat, Jun 08|
Raritan Valley Community College
Branchburg, NJ – Using Technology in SW Practice
Using Technology in Social Work Practice: Ethical and Legal Implications $125
Time & Location
Jun 08, 2019, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Raritan Valley Community College, 118 Lamington Rd, Branchburg, NJ 08876, USA
About the event
Modern technology influences almost every aspect of how we live, socialize, play, shop, communicate and work. As social workers, most of us utilize electronic technology for service delivery, communication, and the maintenance, storage and retrieval of client's sensitive data. Although the field of social work was introduced to digital technology many years ago, the laws and ethical guidelines governing its use are struggling to catch up. In this workshop, essential technology-related state and federal laws, regulatory standards and the NASW Code of Ethics will be examined. The fundamental social work standards of informed consent, privacy and confidentiality, practitioner competence, and conflicts of interest will be highlighted.
9:00: Workshop Begins
12:00: Lunch on your own
3:30: Workshop Ends
There will be two 15 minute breaks, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
Participants may choose to bring their own lunch and may utilize the workshop space.
Light refreshments will be offered throughout the day.
Please contact Leslie with any questions or concerns @ LsTsukroff@aol.com or @ 973-879-1678.
Branchburg, NJ - Using Technol
Using Technology in Social Work Practice: Ethical and Legal Implications