Objective of Social Worker Is to Attend to Their Clients Communal Issues Questions

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YouTube videos and powerpoint to help answer these 3 discussion questions.Video 1: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuGjPIQBXXZ4BTpFD…Video 2: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-TQbv9YH8Qwb51Bg…After reading all of the materials this week regarding ethics, watch the role play about the ethical dilemma between the client and social worker and please respond to the following on the same post:a. Which NASW Ethical Principles need to be considered in this situation and explain why (hint-principles are dignity and worth, service, etc.)b. Looking at the 6Q (6 question) Ethical Framework posted this week, what are two questions that you would focus on and explain why.c. What is your gut reaction to this case? How do you think you would react emotionally and professionally? Is this a clear cut case for you about what you would do or is kind of gray…(there is no wrong answer as long as you explain your rationale).

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Chapter 4
Operationalizing
the Cardinal
Social Work
Values
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Learning Objectives (1 of 2)
• Understand the core social work values and how
they play out in practice
• Develop self-awareness and professional
competence by examining the tensions that can
occur when personal values intersect with
professional values
• Learn the role that the NASW Code of Ethics plays
in guiding professional practice
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Learning Objectives (2 of 2)
• Be familiar with four core ethical issues: selfdetermination, informed consent, professional
boundaries, and confidentiality
• Know the steps for resolving ethical dilemmas and
the ways in which these apply to a case
• Understand the complexities of applying ethical
standards to clients who are minors
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Interaction Between Personal and
Professional Values
• Social workers should be aware when their
personal values interlock or clash with the values
of their profession
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Values of the client or the society may be divergent
from the social worker’s beliefs
• Self-awareness helps sort out conflict in potential
areas
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Cardinal Values of Social Work (1 of
2)
• Code of Ethics developed by the National
Association of Social Workers (NASW)
• Access to resources
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All human beings deserve access to the resources they
need to deal with life’s problems and develop to their
fullest potential
• Respect for dignity and worth and interpersonal
relationships
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Social workers should:
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Respect the inherent dignity and worth of the person
Recognize the central importance of human relationships
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Cardinal Values of Social Work (2 of
2)
• Value of integrity
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Professional social workers should behave in a
trustworthy manner
• Value of competence
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Social workers should:
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Practice only within their areas of ability
Continually develop and enhance their professional expertise
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Challenges in Embracing the
Profession’s Values
• Situations that deter constructive helping
relationship
• Handling a case that is in conflict with the social
worker’s values
• Cross-cultural and cross-national social work
• Being aware of individual and collective values
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Ethics (1 of 4)
• The NASW addresses a range of responsibilities
social workers have as professionals to their
clients, colleagues, employers, profession, and the
society
• Intersection of laws and ethics
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Social workers should know both the law and ethical
principles to practice effectively
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Must recognize that conflicts may occur between and among
ethical and legal imperatives
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Figure 4.1 – The Relationship of Law
and Ethics
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Ethics (2 of 4)
• Key ethical principles
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Self-determination
Providing informed consent
Preserving professional boundaries
Safeguarding confidentiality
• Limits on confidentiality
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Supervision and consultation
Client waivers of confidentiality
Danger to self or others
Suspicion of child or elder abuse
Subpoenas and privileged communication
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Ethics (3 of 4)
• Confidentiality in various types of recording
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Guidelines
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Record no more than is essential to the services being provided
Irrelevant information should be omitted from documentation
Verbatim or process recordings should not be included in case
files
Maintain and update records
Employ private and soundproof dictation facilities
Take privacy precautions to protect data
Ensure that information transmitted through technology is secure
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Ethics (4 of 4)
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Use in-service training sessions
Inform clients of the conditions under which information may be
disclosed and the principal uses of the information
• Ethics of practice with minors
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Rights of minors are limited by laws and policies
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Professionals should be familiar with the policies and practices
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Understanding and Resolving Ethical
Dilemmas (1 of 3)
• Client’s right to confidentiality is compromised by
the social worker when the client engages in
unethical actions
• Ethical dilemmas occur when policies that are
detrimental to the clients are followed by the
social worker’s firm
• Guidelines help social workers resolve ethical
dilemmas and make ethical decisions
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Understanding and Resolving Ethical
Dilemmas (2 of 3)
• Steps in ethical decision making
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Identify the problem or dilemma
Determine the core principles and the competing issues
Review the relevant codes of ethics and the applicable
laws and regulations
Consult with colleagues, supervisors, or legal experts
Consider the possible and probable courses of action
Decide on a particular course of action and develop a
strategy for effectively implementing the decision
Evaluate the process and results
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Understanding and Resolving Ethical
Dilemmas (3 of 3)
• Practice by applying the ethical decision-making
model to case studies
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Evaluate the options for action
When in dilemma, seek assistance from other experts
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