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The elements of a case presentation Time management approaches Methods of networking The process of interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary team collaboration The basic terminology of professions other than social work (e.g., legal, educational) Methods to create, implement, and evaluate policies and procedures that minimize risk for individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities Methods to develop, review, and implement crisis plans Quality assurance, including program reviews and audits Accreditation and/or licensing requirements Professional development activities to improve practice and maintain current professional knowledge (e.g., in-service training, licensing requirements, reviews of literature, workshops) IIID. RECORD-KEEPING AND REPORTING This section of the exam may include questions on the following topics: The principles of case recording, documentation, and management of practice records The elements of client/client system reports The principles and processes for developing formal documents (e.g., proposals, letters, brochures, pamphlets, reports, evaluations) IV. PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS, VALUES, AND ETHICS IVA. PROFESSIONAL VALUES AND ETHICAL ISSUES This section of the exam may include questions on the following topics: Legal and/or ethical issues related to the practice of social work, including responsibility to clients/client systems, colleagues, the profession, and society Professional values and principles (e.g., competence, social justice, integrity, and dignity and worth of the person) Techniques to identify and resolve ethical dilemmas Client/client system competence and self-determination (e.g., financial decisions, treatment decisions, emancipation, age of consent, permanency planning) Techniques for protecting and enhancing client/client system self-determination The client's/client system's right to refuse services (e.g., medication, medical treatment, counseling, placement, etc.) Professional boundaries in the social worker-client/client system relationship (e.g., power differences, conflicts of interest, etc.)
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2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB E21 Ethical issues related to dual relationships Professional objectivity in the social worker-client/client system relationship Self-disclosure principles and applications Legal and/or ethical issues regarding documentation Legal and/or ethical issues regarding termination Legal and/or ethical issues related to death and dying Research ethics (e.g., institutional review boards, use of human subjects, informed consent) Ethical issues in supervision and management IVB. CONFIDENTIALITY This section of the exam may include questions on the following topics: The principles and processes of obtaining informed consent The use of client/client system records Legal and/or ethical issues regarding confidentiality, including electronic information security Legal and/or ethical issues regarding mandatory reporting (e.g., abuse, threat of harm, impaired professionals, etc.) IVC.
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