Ch 17: Professional Ethics & Values in Social Work

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Use the lessons in this chapter to feel confident that you understand professional ethics and values in social work. Lessons are accessible anytime, day or night, and feature short multiple-choice quizzes you can take to assess your knowledge as you study for an upcoming quiz or test.

Professional Ethics & Values in Social Work - Chapter Summary

If you've been looking for ways to brush up on your knowledge of professional ethics and values in social work, you've reached the right place! Find informative lessons in one location that ensure you understand cultural norms, client self-determination, ethical issues in social work and much more. Once you're finished with the lessons, you should be ready to do the following:

  • Define values, morals and ethics
  • Discuss confidentiality, informed consent and other ethical rights for mental health patients
  • Explain the basics and importance of professional boundaries and ethics in social work
  • Share the definition of cultural norms and values
  • Describe client self-determination and professional development in social work

Get reacquainted with professional ethics and values concepts without setting foot in a classroom. Instead, get your refresher from home or on-the-go, and enjoy access to experts who present lessons and can answer your chapter topic inquiries. Assess your comprehension by taking the mini quiz with each lesson. Take the chapter exam for a broader review of concepts covered.

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