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Social workers, psychologists, licensed professional counselors, educators, school personnel, mental health professionals, clinicians, health and human service practitioners, and other health care professionals.
Originating in the field of nursing, the concept of moral distress refers to the physical, emotional, and psychological reactions a person experiences when they are unable to do what they feel is morally or ethically correct. One antidote to the powerlessness of moral distress is moral courage. This workshop will explore the characteristics of moral distress and moral courage. Using the stories of individuals with moral courage, participants will learn about the barriers to moral courage and the communication skills and steps for effective personal advocacy and boundary setting.
Kim Strom, PhD
Director, UNC-Chapel Hill Office of Ethics Education and Policy Management
Smith P. Theimann, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Professional Practice
This presenter is being supported through a partnership between UNC-CH, School of Social Work and the NCAHEC Program.
This webinar will be broadcast with Zoom. Instructions to join the webinar will be emailed prior to the event. You can test your computer by going to the Zoom Test Page.
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