Applying Ethical Principles to Everyday SituationsContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
Assisting child life professionals with applying ethical principles to common situations that occur frequently in the work of a CCLS. Suggested Domain: Ethics
2021 Professional Development SubscriptionContains 23 Product(s)
This exclusive member's only package provides live and on-demand access to all of our 2021 programming. Participants of this package will gain access to webinars across all exam domains, be able to attend both live and on-demand 2021 programming, and earn over 24 PDUs. Not able to attend the live event or subscribing mid-year? No problem. All participants will retain access to live and on-demand 2021 webinars for one year from the date of purchase. With this premium subscription, ACLP's newest webinars are always at your fingertips.
Ethical Focus on Academic Programs and Clinical Internships: Increasing Diversity in the ProfessionContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 10/29/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
In this call to action workshop, we will examine the ethical responsibility of all Certified Child Life Specialists to become active agents in increasing diversity within our field. By examining historical professional contexts and standardized pathways to the field, we will explore ways in which we can shift the paradigm, developing a new kaleidoscope profession that mirrors the patients and families we serve. Suggested Domain: Ethics
Indigenous Perspectives in the Clinical SettingContains 4 Component(s) Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 11/01/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
Indigenous Perspectives in the Clinical Setting will examine key issues, themes, and practical information intended to better equip Child Life professionals to engage with Indigenous communities and individuals more successfully. This series will be made available to free for all our members and consists of four parts which break down central ideas. Each session is intended to be interactive and engaging. Opportunities to ask questions are encouraged both prior to and after sessions. Information is intended for Child Life professionals in all settings and attendance is encouraged for all members. Indigenous issues impact health facilities all over the United States, from the most rural facilities to large urban children’s hospitals. Each session is useful for all participants at both an interpersonal and programming level, helping to ensure equitable understanding of Indigenous issues and priorities cultivates better understanding within the healthcare setting.
Tragedy, Trauma, or Typical: the ethical impact of coping with the stressors of clinical healthcare delivery via personal creative explorationContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 11/30/2021 at 1:00 PM (EST)
Regardless of the environment, healthcare clinicians partner with patients and families during their most intimate and vulnerable experiences. Some of these interactions fall under what most would consider typical or routine, but for many, healthcare experiences are filled with unexpected procedures, language barriers, mistrust, and anxiety. In the most extreme cases, patients receive life alternating diagnoses, experience trauma, or have their assumptions and expectations challenged by disease or injury. During this presentation, participants explore and challenge traditional definitions of creativity and identify potential methods of personal self-expression for the purpose of developing resiliency. Suggested Domain: Ethics
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