Prevention Ethics

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Prevention Ethics

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The objectives for this training are to introduce ethics in our society, public health, education and prevention. The participant will:
1) Understand the basic ethics of society, public health, education and prevention
2) Understand the Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professional Prevention Specialist Ethics
3) Understand Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and its application to our work
4) Apply and evaluate specific ethical standards to prevention scenarios

References:
Centre, A. E. (2010, Jan. 14th). How Ethical are you? The Nature of Ethics and Basics Concepts. Australia.
Education, U. D. (2015). http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/index.html. Retrieved from Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
Goldacre, D. B. (2011). Battling Bad Science. Scotland, Edinburgh: Ted Talks.
Health, U. S. (2014, Feb. 3rd). What in the health is Public Health Treatm Pope, K. S. (1990). Identifying and implementing ethical standards for primary prevention. Prevention in
    Human Services, 8(2), 43-64.ent versus Prevention. Los Angeles, California.
Pope, K. S. (1990). Identifying and implementing ethical standards for primary prevention.     
    Prevention in Human Services, 8(2), 43-64.
Professionals, T. C. (2015). Prevention Specialist Code of Ethics. 

 

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