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Risk Management in Social Work: Practical Strategies to Protect Clients and Prevent Malpractice and Licensing-Board Complaints
Even the most seasoned social workers need state-of-the-art protocols to prevent malpractice claims and licensing board complaints. This webinar will provide participants with "must have" information to protect clients and practitioners. Key topics include trends in malpractice claims and licensing board complaints; high-risk areas of social work practice; and practical strategies to protect clients and practitioners.
Identify common causes of malpractice claims and licensing board complaints filed against social workers.
Apply ethics-based protocols to protect clients.
Design and implement practical strategies designed to prevent malpractice claims and licensing board complaints.
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