Ethics > ETH071 Ethics - Sexual Misconduct Overview
ETH071 Ethics - Sexual Misconduct Overview
Ethics issues relating to Sexual Misconduct
Course Objective
This program provides clinicians with the opportunity to learn about:
The subject of sexual misconduct
Ethical decision making in neurological studies and how the culture in which we work impacts our attitudes and behavior
Ethical decisions and biological forces
Supervision and ethical decisions

Intended Audience
Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Addiction Therapists 
Author Bio
Hugh F. Johnston, MD is clinical associate professor of psychiatry at 
the University of Wisconsin Medical School. He is a diplomate of the 
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with certificaETH072tion in 
psychiatry and in child and adolescent psychiatry. He has more than 
twenty years of research and clinical experience, has authored many 
clinical and research publications, and has been the recipient of 
numerous public and private research grants. Dr. Johnston’s enthusiasm, 
clarity, and effective use of humor have earned him many 
awards––including the Excellence in Teaching Award from the University 
of Wisconsin and the Manfred E. Swarsensky Humanitarian Service Award.

Certificates
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1.0 Hour 1.00 CE Credit(s) $22.33 QTY

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