NASW-MN Ethics Webinar
Ethical Decision-Making in Complicated Times
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (2 CEUs)
Presenter: Karen Goodenough, MSW, LGSW
As our world and our work become more complicated, particularly in the current context of coronavirus (COVID-19) and remote service delivery, so do the ethical dilemmas that we face. This session will include an updated look at our ethical standards and obligations under the NASW Code of Ethics and State Licensure, and a refresher on the basic principles underlying ethical thinking.
Participants will: 1) Learn to differentiate legal, moral and ethical dilemmas; 2) Discuss and apply a model for analyzing and resolving ethical dilemmas; 3) Have opportunities to share case examples for discussion.
About the Presenter
Karen Goodenough, MSW, LGSW, is Executive Director of the National Association of Social Workers, MN Chapter. She received her BSW from St. Olaf College, MSW from Augsburg College, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D in social work at the University of Minnesota. Karen is a community faculty member in the Masters of Social Work Program at the University of Minnesota teaching macro practice courses in Program Development, Leadership, Budgeting, Fundraising, and Social Policy. Previously Karen was Director of Youth and Family programs for a non-profit in North Minneapolis for 12 years, worked as a consultant helping organizations collect and utilize meaningful data and facilitating strategic planning, and served as adjunct faculty in the MSW programs at Augsburg College, the University of St. Thomas/St. Catherine, St. Cloud State University, and St. Olaf College.
If you are unable to be present for the live webinar, please register and we will send you the recording, which you can count as independent study CEUs.