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This one hour webinar will review various examples of current technology use as it relates to social work practice. Ethical standards will be discussed throughout the presentation to provide framing for practice boundaries. This presentation will review existing research to consider how technology use is changing in regards to social work practice.
Consider definitions of “everyday technology” and provide examples
Review Ethical discussion of technology use based on NASW standards
Discuss several scenarios involving issues with technology and ethical practice
Provide examples of the future of technology use and how social workers may engage
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