Sat, Mar 21 | 1501 Mercer University Dr

Ethics 20/20

"Ethics 20/20" will help participants focus on key ethical issues that need to be addressed for prudent practice.
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Ethics 20/20

Time & Location

Mar 21, 2020, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
1501 Mercer University Dr, 1501 Mercer University Dr, Macon, GA 31204, USA

About the Event

Date: March 21, 2020

Title of Program:  Ethics 20/20 

Presenter:  Jan N.Yates ACSW, BCD, LCSW 

Venue:  Mercer Medical School Auditorium, 1501 Mercer University Drive Macon, 31207  

CE Hours: 3 Core

Time:  Registration 8:15 a.m.-9:00 a.m.

Instruction: 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

Certificates 12:15 p.m-12:45 p.m.

Lunch:  No food or drinks allowed in Auditorium. 

Brief Description:  "Ethics 20/20" will help participants focus on key ethical issues that need to be addressed for prudent practice. Participants will look at common practice assumptions that can cause ethical traps and suggestions for ethical practice. The presentation will be via lecture with PowerPoint, Case Examples and Attendee Discussion and Participation. 

Bio:  Jan N. Yates has over 40 years of experience working in Social Work. She has worked in Inpatient Mental Health, O/P Therapy, Hospice, and Crisis Services as a clinician, supervisor, and administrator. She has held faculty positions at Tift College, Wesleyan College and University of Georgia School of Social Work. She has provided consultation for nursing homes and dialysis centers as well as supervised social work staff and interns. She is past and current president of the Georgia Chapter of NASW and has been a member and chair of the Composite Board for the state of Georgia. She is a Qualified Clinical Social Worker with NASW; a Board Certified Diplomat; a Georgia State Licensed Clinical Social Worker; a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers; she has Advanced Standing in Clinical Hypnosis and Advance training in Psychodrama. Jan is married and, with her husband, has a menagerie of rescued cats and dogs. She is retired but involved in various volunteer activities, including providing training, supervision, and consultation for Daybreak, an organization with DePaul USA that provides a wide range of services for homeless individuals. She is a member of The Alliance of Therapy Dogs, with a certified therapy dog.

  

DIRECTIONS TO MUSM

INTERSTATE 75 FROM FLORIDA

Follow Interstate 75 to Exit 163. Turn right off of exit ramp. At the

second traffic light turn left onto College Street. Turn right on

Prince Street which is located between the School of Engineering and

School of Medicine. Turn Left at stop sign. Parking is available behind the School of Medicine

building.

INTERSTATE 75 FROM ATLANTA

Follow Interstate 75 to Exit 163. Turn left off of exit ramp. At the

second traffic light turn left onto College Street. Turn right on

Prince Street which is located between the School of Engineering and

School of Medicine. Turn Left at stop sign. Parking is available behind the School of Medicine

building.

FROM I-16; HEADING WEST (FROM SAVANNAH) Take I-16 West until it merges

with I-75 South.  Follow Interstate 75 to Exit 163.  Turn left off of

exit ramp. At the second traffic light turn left onto College Street.

Turn right on Prince Street which is located between the School of

Engineering and School of Medicine. Turn Left at stop sign.

Parking is available behind the School of Medicine building.

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