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Fayetteville LPU: 5th Annual Evening of Social Work
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3/7/2019
When: March 7, 2019
5:30 PM
Where: Partnership for Children Building, Charles Morris Room, 2nd Floor
351 Wagoner Drive
Fayetteville, NC  28303
United States
Contact: Tanisha James, MSW, LCSW

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Fayetteville LPU 5th Annual Evening of Social Work Event Details

 

Time

5:30pm - 6:00pm Networking & Social 

6:00pm - 8:00pm: Panelist 

Location: Partnership for Children, Charles Morris Room, 2nd Floor

CE: 2 Hours of Ethics

Cost: $10 Members, $30 Non-Members

 

Please join us as we kick-off Social Work Month with our signature event, Evening of Social Work! Hear from our local, esteemed social workers and their journey in social work.  Panelists will address:

  1. Reasons for choosing the social work profession
  2. Ethical factors addressing their area of practice
  3. Ways to Elevate Social Work in daily practice 

The following ethical standards will be the focus of this event:

 

5. Social Workers' Ethical Responsibilities to the Social Work Profession

5.01 Integrity of the Profession

(a) Social workers should work toward the maintenance and promotion of high standards of practice.

(b) Social workers should uphold and advance the values, ethics, knowledge, and mission of the profession. Social workers should protect, enhance, and improve the integrity of the profession through appropriate study and research, active discussion, and responsible criticism of the profession.

(c) Social workers should contribute time and professional expertise to activities that promote respect for the value, integrity, and competence of the social work profession. These activities may include teaching, research, consultation, service, legislative testimony, presentations in the community, and participation in their professional organizations.

(d) Social workers should contribute to the knowledge base of social work and share with colleagues their knowledge related to practice, research, and ethics. Social workers should seek to contribute to the profession's literature and to share their knowledge at professional meetings and conferences.

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