Deep Dive into Prevention Ethics: Nature of Services (Part 1)
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This is the fourth of six highly interactive sessions focused on taking a deep dive into principles of the Substance Misuse Prevention Code of Ethics. The focus of this session will be on the principle of Nature of Services, Sections A-D. After a short presentation on Section A through D of this principle, participants will work together in small groups to look at how this principle can be applied to real-life situations using the Ethical Decision-Making Process.
Important Note: This prevention ethics series is for substance misuse prevention practitioners that have already completed an Ethics in Prevention Foundations training. If you would like to attend this series but have not yet completed the prevention ethics foundation course, please complete the free, self-paced, online prevention ethics course on HealtheKnowledge before attending this ethics series.
For more information and registration links for the entire series click here.
- Describe the principle of Nature of Services from the Prevention Code of Ethics
- Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process to the Nature of Services principle
Registrants who fully attend this event or training will receive a certificate of attendance via email within two weeks after the event or training.
Liz Wilhelm, MN, CPP
Liz Wilhelm is a Certified Prevention Professional (CPP) and the Burlington Healthy Community Coalition Drug Free Communities Program Coordinator for United General District #304 and recently coordinated the Prevention Works in Seattle (WINS) Coalition Drug Free Communities grant through Seattle Children’s Hospital. Liz has been working in the Washington State prevention and community health field for over 25 years including coordinating six federal prevention-specific grants. Adding to her community prevention work, Liz supports workforce development efforts in providing prevention skills trainings having adapted Washington State’s first Prevention 101 curriculum that later became the Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST). Liz was a pilot group member of the first NAPPA and Prevention Think Tank Prevention Ethics curriculum and training in the early 90’s.
Liz serves on the Prevention Specialist Certification Board of Washington, as a founding member and current President, and on the WASAVP (Washington Association for Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention) board advocating for sound policies and funded prevention strategies. Liz was the 2018 recipient of the Health Care Authority (HCA) Prevention Professional Award of Excellence.
The Great Lakes PTTC is offering this training for individuals working in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI. This training is being provided in response to a need identified by Region 5 stakeholders.