Supporting Prevention Efforts Through Virtual Settings Two-Part Webinar Series: Legal and Ethical Considerations for Telehealth Prevention

Part 2 of 2: Legal and Ethical Considerations for Telehealth Prevention

This presentation reviews the legal and ethical considerations for prevention practice through a virtual setting. Participants learn which requirements must be in place as well as current changes due to COVID-19. 

Key Objectives:

  • Participants will be able to describe legal and ethical considerations for virtual prevention practice

  • Participants will be able to identify if a virtual platform is HIPAA and FERPA compliant

  • Participants will learn how to safeguard their clients through responsible technology use


Presented By: Aaron Fischer, PhD, BCBA-D

Webinar Recording

PDF PowerPoint Slides

Link to Part 1 of 2: Understanding How to Leverage Telehealth Technology for Prevention Services

Telehealth Capacity

We are closely collaborating across the Technology Transfer Center (TTC) Network in response to COVID-19.  There are a number of telehealth related products, webinars, virtual discussion sessions, and web resource pages being developed across the three Technology Transfer Centers (TTCs). 

We are all doing our best to ensure we avoid duplication, and we recognize that some overlap in activities and resources related to this topic is understandable.  We realize the need for information and training across the workforce that provides prevention, treatment and recovery support services for substance use disorder (SUD) and mental illness is vast.

You can access the events calendar and the products calendar through the Technology Transfer Center (TTC) landing page and see a listing of all events and products across the three networks.

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