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CONTENTS Preface CHAPTER 1: ETHICAL STANDARDS IN SOCIAL WORK: AN INTRODUCTION Ethics during Social Work's Early Years Current NASW Code of Ethics Ethical Responsibilities to Clients Ethical Responsibilities to Colleagues Ethical Responsibilities in Practice Settings Ethical Responsibilities as Professionals Ethical Responsibilities to the Social Work Profession Ethical Responsibilities to the Broader Society Conclusion CHAPTER 2: ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO CLIENTS Commitment to Clients Self-Determination Informed Consent Competence Cultural Competence and Social Diversity Conflicts of Interest Privacy and Confidentiality Access to Records Sexual Relationships Physical Contact Sexual Harassment Derogatory Language Payment for Services Clients Who Lack Decision-Making Capacity Interruption of Services Termination of Services CHAPTER 3: ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO COLLEAGUES Respect Confidentiality Interdisciplinary Collaboration Disputes Involving Colleagues Consultation Referral for Services Sexual Relationships Sexual Harassment Impairment of Colleagues Incompetence of Colleagues Unethical Conduct of Colleagues CHAPTER 4: ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN PRACTICE SETTINGS ... Supervision and Consultation Education and Training Performance Evaluation Client Records Billing Client Transfer Administration Continuing Education and Staff Development Commitments to Employers Labor-Management Disputes CHAPTER 5: ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES AS PROFESSIONALS Competence Discrimination Private Conduct Dishonesty, Fraud, and Deception Impairment Misrepresentation Solicitations Acknowledging Credit CHAPTER 6: ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE SOCIAL WORK PROFESSION Integrity of the Profession Evaluation and Research CHAPTER 7: ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE BROADER SOCIETY Social Welfare Public Participation Public Emergencies Social and Political Action AFTERWORD APPENDIX: NASW CODE OF ETHICS Preamble Purpose of the NASW Code of Ethics Ethical Principles Ethical Standards REFERENCES INDEX ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Social workers -- Professional ethics -- United States.
National Association of Social Workers. Code of ethics of the National Association of Social Workers.