Ethical Dilemmas in SLP Clinical Education

Michael Bamdad, Katie Strong

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Abstract

Clinical education processes provide a wealth of opportunities for ethical conflict to occur. Balancing the needs of students and clients, demonstrating impartiality among supervisees, addressing cultural differences, and tensions between what is taught in the classroom and what occurs in clinic are just a few of the common ethical problems faced by clinical educators. Knowing how to apply and make decisions that are in harmony with the ASHA Code of Ethics can be challenging. This session addresses ethical principles and applying them to clinical education using guides for ethical decision-making.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Sep 2020
EventCouncil of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders Webinar - Virtual
Duration: Sep 1 2020Sep 30 2020

Seminar

SeminarCouncil of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders Webinar
Period09/1/2009/30/20

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