Yours, Mine or OURS? The Shared Responsibility of Providing Disability Competent Care
All child life specialists will encounter patients and families with disabilities. As with any other cultural group, child life specialists need to be prepared to provide culturally-competent care individualized to the needs of these patients and families. SUGGESTED DOMAIN: Ethics
The Ethics of Working in Patients' Homes and in the Community: Considerations for Community-Based Child Life
Child Life professionals follow a code of ethical principles guided by the Association of Child Life Professionals’ mission, vision, values statements and operating principles. In our modern world, child life practice is expanding and growing every day beyond the hospital and into the community. When providing home-based and community-based child life sessions, professionals are guided by the same ethical principles as their hospital-based colleagues, but in homes and community-based settings, they face different boundary issues and challenges. This webinar explores common ethical concerns faced in home-based and community-based child life and shares insights and strategies to apply ethical principles and gain competence in navigating each situation. Participants will be able to: • identify unique insights that home sessions can provide for child life patient assessments. • identify common ethical issues and challenges that arise during home sessions. • apply appropriate personal and professional ethics when facing ethics and boundary issues during home and community sessions. • develop competence in navigating ethical situations in the home and community setting. Suggested Domain: Ethics
Supporting Children from Diverse Cultures
As healthcare becomes a growing global enterprise, families are increasingly seeking care internationally. This session aims to identify the impact of culture on providers’, parents’, and children’s coping during healthcare experiences.
Such a Fine Line: Balancing Therapeutic Relationships and Professional Boundaries
There is a fine line when balancing the role of professional boundaries in developing and maintaining therapeutic relationships. Through the use of case examples, staff testimonials and group discussion, participants will have a n opportunity to explore methods to create, maintain and encourage professional boundaries in their daily work and within their institution.
Not Can We, but Should We?: Ethical Considerations in Fetal and Perinatal Bereavement Interventions
Dignity and respect are essential to therapeutic bereavement support. Presenters will share iiia standard of care supporting ethical child life programming in fetal and perinatal loss. Case presentations, group discussion, and lecture will guide participants to understand ethical inventions for grieving families and explore self-care strategies.
Incorporating Youth Voice into the Research Process
In this webinar, we will discuss how to integrate youth voice into the research process. The webinar will focus on the principles of youth participatory action research (YPAR). The webinar will demonstrate the spectrum of YPAR and how to--in a variety ways--involve youth and youth voice into the research process. Additionally, the webinar will discuss potential ethical dilemmas of involving youth voice and ways to overcome these obstacles. Suggested Domain: Ethics This webinar is part of our Established Professionals programming
Expanding Procedural Comfort Initiatives and Self-advocacy from Pediatrics to Adult Care Settings
This session will provide insights about how to use interdisciplinary partnerships to meet both institutional and professional goals. A journey of partnerships with patients and leadership, evidence utilization and persistence has resulted in a system-wide change to reduce procedural pain and anxiety with adult and pediatric patients. SUGGESTED DOMAIN: Ethics
Ethical Practices of Shaping an Interdisciplinary Global Fieldwork Course
Who is benefiting from child life students completing international fieldwork and why? These are questions considered during the development and assessment of a global fieldwork course for child life, occupational therapy, and nursing students. SUGGESTED DOMAIN: Ethics
Ethical Foundations in Child Life Practice
This webinar will provide an overview of ethical foundations relevant to Child Life practice and will gain knowledge related to making ethical decisions in Child Life practice
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