This training is for counseling professionals, social workers, students, and individuals that have an interest in learning about HIV and the ethical dilemmas that arise in providing services. It is intended for individuals in both direct and administrative roles in a variety of practice settings, working with diverse groups of clients and consumers. This course will review legal and ethical issues and needs for future interventions for control of the HIV epidemic. A comprehensive overview of the historical, public health, clinical, and biological aspects of HIV infection will also be presented as well as the impact of HIV on community, other comorbid conditions (such as substance use), global health care, and prospects for prevention and control. This presentation considers the ethical dilemmas in terms of the Code of Ethics and the Five Principles that arise in providing services across fields of practice. Utilizing a framework for ethical decision making, the workshop explores clinical and systemic issues, as well as individual and institutional attitudes that impact society. Participants are welcome to ask questions and discuss examples that may lead to ethical dilemmas.

A free lunch will be provided by Bradford Health Services and Twelve Oaks Recovery Center.

Note: this is a 6-hour course, and attendees must attend all 6 hours to receive any credit (3 CEU Ethics + 3 CEU HIV).

Registration

February 22nd 2019
Sign-In Time 8:30 AM Training Time 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Location 3804 N 9th Ave, Pensacola, FL, USA Instructor Peter Memiah, DrPH, MSc Cost
In Advance $60.00
At The Door $65.00
Student Cost
In Advance $48.00
At The Door $53.00