Ethical Decision-Making and Values

Type Synopsis Region Link/Contacts
Workshop

Course
Facilitated Ethical Conversations for Staff and Management Providing Human Services: Training goals of this workshop are to:
  • Provide a professional development opportunity related to professional ethical practices using the Canadian Association of Rehabilitation Professionals' Code of Ethics
  • Create meaningful learning opportunities that facilitate personal and professional growth through discussion and application of the code of ethics four principles and the decision making process
Deena Martin will tailor this workshop to fit the needs of the organization(s) and provide between 3 and 12 hours of training and facilitation.
Provincial Dr. Deena Martin
780-909-4939
deena.m.martin@gmail.com
Workshop In ethical decision-making, we proactively determine what is moral in our relationships with others. This workshop presents an ethical decision-making process which can be used in conjunction with any ethics code. Using the code of ethics adopted by ACDS member organizations or your own organization's code, we will follow the ethical decision-making process to resolve realistic dilemmas from rehabilitation practice. Participants may bring examples of ethical dilemmas they face. Provincial K. K. Biersdorff Consulting
403-226-0585
kkbiersdorff@shaw.ca