Advanced Ethics for New York State

 

Professional ethical standards are based on values. Values are the basic beliefs that an individual thinks to be true and are also seen as guiding principles in one’s life or the basis on which an individual makes a decision. In this webinar series, we will explore an in-depth look at how creating equity in program planning is a fundamental ethical practice. This webinar series was jointly presented by the Building Health Equity and Social Justice, Implementation Science, and Community Coalitions and Collaborators PTTC work groups. For prevention professionals in New York, you can review each of these recorded sessions and complete a quiz in order to get official continuing education credits. The link to the quizzes are at the bottom of the page.

 


 

Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session 1: Introduction to Advanced Ethics Cultural Humility & Cultural Competence

Title Slide of Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session One: Introduction to Advanced Ethics Cultural Humility and Cultural Competence

Professional ethical standards are based on values. Values are the basic beliefs that an individual thinks to be true and are also seen as guiding principles in one’s life or the basis on which an individual makes a decision. Join us for a deep dive into how creating equity in program planning is a fundamental ethical practice. We are kicking off the series with a two-part discussion on the role of cultural humility and social justice in prevention ethics. 

 

 

 


 

Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session 2: Ethics and Social Justice

Title Slide of Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session Two Ethics and Social JusticeIn the second webinar in the PTTC's Advanced Ethics series, LaShonda Williamson-Jennings will define ethics in prevention related terms, describe the six principles in the Prevention Code of Ethics and social justice, and describe using an ethical decision-making process to apply the Code of Ethics. 

 

 

 

 


 

Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session 3: Equity in Data and Evaluation

Professional ethical standards and the values thTitle Slide of Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session Three Equity in Data and Evaluationey are based on also apply to prevention data-related activities, including needs assessment and evaluation. As prevention professionals working with data, we have a critical role to pursue social change, particularly with and on behalf of vulnerable and oppressed individuals and groups of people. Through prevention needs assessment and evaluation activities, we seek to promote sensitivity to and knowledge about oppression and cultural and ethnic diversity. Prevention professionals strive to ensure access to needed information, services, and resources; equity; and meaningful participation in data-based decision-making activities for all people, while protecting those we serve. 


 

Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session 4: Ethics and Equity in Capacity Building

Prevention professionals are well aware of the Title Slide of Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session Four  Ethics and Equity in Capacity Buildingimportance of community engagement in capacity building.  For without the resources of their partners, it is nearly impossible to bring about successful prevention interventions for substance misuse.  However, due to the delicate nature of relationships and power differentials, prevention professionals may find themselves walking carefully around matters of inequity so as to not be seen as too controversial or to lose their “good standing” with power players. This lack of response to injustices only serves to sustain the disparities experienced by certain populations within their communities.  In the discussion of ethics in building capacity, we must consider holding partners and systems accountable to these populations with lived inequitable experiences while utilizing tools to measure and raise the current standing of key stakeholders of our prevention efforts.


 
Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session 5:  Ethics and Equity in Project Planning Webinar

Project planning is a multi-faceted and dynamic step in the Title Slide of Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session Five Ethics and Equity in Project Planning Webinarprevention implementation process, one that can set the stage for continued success and sustainability. Without a robust and agile plan, implementation and sustainability can be negatively impacted, potentially putting a project at risk. This important step goes beyond using the data gathered from community, and ethical analysis of that data. From including a diverse set of voices and experiences, to balancing funder expectations and community defined outcomes, project planning requires a critical lens to ensure ethical practices and equity are embedded throughout. In this session of the series, we will explore various examples of practical planning processes and practices which can have tremendous positive implications for the communities we serve. 


 

Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session 6: Ethics and Equity in Program Implementation

The implementation process focuses on the Title Slide Advanced Ethics Planning Series Session Six Ethics and Equity in Program Implementationdevelopment of evidence-based programs that are tailored to communities. We will  begin with a review of each step of the Ethics and Equity Prevention Planning Framework. In the final stage of the recurring Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) cycle, our prevention plans are put into action and decisions become practices. 

 

 

 

 

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