Spring into Ethics and Cultural Diversity
Dr. Hans Carlson - "An Overview of the Management of Persistent Musculoskeletal Pain"
Mary Barros-Bailey - "Multiculturalism and Vocational Rehabilitation"
This session assists the rehabilitation professional to define multicultural issues in practice via the lens of multicultural competency standards. Through self-assessment, the practitioner develops personalized awareness of what might be some multicultural biases s/he holds, the implication to practice, and resources to help address those issues.
*Thank you to Linda Hill & Associates and Wallace & Associates for sponsoring this presentation*
Phillip Boswell - "Finding Your Professional Voice: Why Ethics Matter"
Ethics go to the heart of who we are, how we act and how we want others to view us. Ethics provide guidelines for what is acceptable and what is not acceptable however even the best code cannot address every situation.
Codes of professional ethics identify those moral principles and standards of behavior that professions, institutions, and organizations believe will assist them in distinguishing between right and wrong, and ultimately in making good moral judgments. This presentation explores how one's code of ethics is able to assist professionals practicing in the vocational arena so that they may serve the public good.
*Thank you to Bostwick, Krier & d'Autremont and McCauley Potter Fain Associates for sponsoring this presentation*
Date: Friday, April 26th 2019
Location: McMenamins Kennedy School: The Gymnasium
5736 N.E. 33rd Ave., Portland, OR 97211
7:15 - 8:00 am Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:00 - 9:30 am Dr. Hans Carlson - "An Overview of the Management of Persistent Musculoskeletal Pain"
9:30 - 11:30 am Phillip Boswell - "Finding Your Professional Voice: Why Ethics Matter"
11:30 - 12:15 pm Buffet Lunch
12:15 - 12:45 pm Vendor Introduction & Drawing
12:45 - 3:30 pm Mary Barros-Bailey - "Multiculturalism and Vocational Rehabilitation " (Includes 15 minute break)
3:30 - 4:00 pm Closing/Breakdown
6.0 CEU's have been requested for this educational event
(including 2.0 CEU's for Ethics)
Continental breakfast and buffet lunch included with event registration.
IARP Oregon would warmly like to thank Bostwick Krier & d'Autremont,
Linda Hill & Associates, McCauley Potter Fain Associates and Wallace & Associates for sponsoring this event.
Student - $55.00
IARP Member - $125.00
Non-Member - $150.00