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Reproductive Decision Making: Acting to Help Clients
PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING – You are registering for credits ONLY. In order to complete this course and claim the credits, you must separately purchase and readReproductive Decision Making: Acting to Help Clients, by Melissa M. Bell and Sheri L. Edenborn, from NASW Press, then complete an exam. After you purchase the credits on the Social Work Online CE Institute, navigate to your My Products page and click the green Play button to purchase the publication from NASW Press. Once you have read the publication, navigate back to your My Products page and click the blue Get Certificate button to complete the exam. Please only attempt to complete the exam after you have separately purchased and read the publication.
Social work professionals are uniquely positioned to discuss reproductive decision making (RDM) with their clients. However, social workers often find it difficult to address topics such as family planning in their practice. This book is a brief guide providing RDM tools and strategies for busy social workers. Grounded in social cognitive theory and the theory of planned behavior, this book uses case examples based on real-world research and situations to connect readers with the material, emphasizing patient-centered approaches that prioritize client self-determination. By filling an important gap in available resources for practitioners, this book will improve social workers’ confidence in providing RDM guidance and advocacy. Learning Objectives:
Participants will be able to explain why reproductive decision making is an essential component of social work practice in addressing disparities and empowering clients
Participants will be able to use tools and techniques based on established theory and methods to assist clients in increasing their ability to make informed reproductive decisions.
Participants will be able to describe the importance of advocacy to increase clients’ RDM empowerment, and to advance reproductive justice goals given their relevance to social work professional values
Participants will be able to apply strategies for effective communication in client-centered interventions
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