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. Examples of the ethical considerations established as part of an interdisciplinary team are highlighted to emphasize the sustainability and integrity of this course for students and the populations served.
Describe the learning objectives of child life students and professionals engaging in global fieldwork.
Explain the benefits for child life students and professionals of global and interdisciplinary fieldwork experiences with other health professionals.
Analyze the ethical considerations based on research and course development that are recognized as best practices of global health fieldwork education.
Identify strategies for implementing ethically competent procedures to establish and maintain interdisciplinary global fieldwork
DeAnna L Bay
Internship Coordinator- Psych/Child Life