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Professional Impairment, Burnout, and Ethics: What Social Workers Need to Know During the Pandemic
This presentation is to provide you with an ethical understanding regarding the importance of self-care during this pandemic and to provide you with strategies both in a professional setting and non professional setting to assist in early recognition and prevention of burnout.
During the presentation there will be tips on recognition for self-care strategies to promote one’s own self-care during the pandemic. Acknowledgement that burnout truly impacts both work and overall health is the first step.
Please note that this event will be recorded. By participating in the Q&A portion, you consent to having your questions and comments recorded and to NASW making the recording available on its website and through other media,and you waive any rights you may have related to the recording.
Discuss the ethical importance of self-care as it relates to the NASW Code of Ethics.
Identify the signs and symptoms of professional impairment.
Discuss self-care strategies and resources for social workers.
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