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HC 107 – Questionable Surrogacy: The Ethically Appropriate Selection, Roles and Responsibility of Health Care Surrogates

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Social workers, case managers, counselors and other professionals are very involved in identifying and acting in a supporting role to those who qualify to act as a Health Care Surrogate.  This program will educate the participating helping professionals in identifying the decision-making standards of Health Care Surrogacy; present and evaluate strategies for resolving disputes between surrogates and health care team members; ethical principles involved and explore in general the role of the helping professional in the overall process.  Three ethically complex cases of surrogate decision making will be examined.  Esteemed speaker Jason Lesandrini, MA, FACHE, LPEC, Owner of Ethics Architect will present this interactive program.

Continuing Education Credits Offered: 1 CE Credit

Social workers: 1 General or Ethics CE Credit (ASWB ACE)
Case Managers: 1 Ethics hour (CCMC)
Nurses: 1 contact hour (CA Board of Registered Nursing)
Counselors: 1 CE Credit (NBCC ACEP)

Please make sure to check with your own state board to ensure the transferability of CE credit.

Please note: The State of Georgia requires that continuing education credits for the Ethics component be earned in a “live” setting.