Table of contents for Ethical standards in social work : a review of the NASW code of ethics / by Frederic G. Reamer.

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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 	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social workers -- Professional ethics -- United States.
National Association of Social Workers. Code of ethics of the National Association of Social Workers.