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This short quiz checks your understanding of the concepts related to a professional social work identity. The purpose of this 10-question quiz is to demonstrate your understanding and reinforce import
This short quiz checks your understanding of the concepts related to a professional social work identity. The purpose of this 10-question quiz is to demonstrate your understanding and reinforce important concepts from this week’s assigned resources.
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- According to the NASW Code of Ethics, “The primary mission of the social work profession is to enhance human well-being and help meet the basic human needs of all people, with particular attention to the needs and empowerment of people who are , , and living in .”
- The NASW Code of Ethics summarizes broad ethical principles that reflect the profession’s core values and establishes a set of specific ethical standards that should be used to guide social work practice. The sections of the code outline social workers’ ethical responsibility: [Select all the apply]a.To Themselves as Individualsb.To Clientsc.To Colleaguesd.To the Broader Societye.In Practice Settingsf.As Professionals
- An ethical dilemma is when…?a.two or more ethical principles conflict.b.there is a right choice and a wrong choice.
- Consider the following scenario: A client expresses suicidal intent during their session with a social worker. Which ethical responsibilities to clients should be weighed when considering the course of action?a.self-determinationb.commitment to clientsc.informed consentd.derogatory languagee.payment for services
- Part of a social worker’s ethical responsibility to colleagues is outlined in the Code of Ethics in section 2.01: Respect. This states “
- (a) Social workers should treat with and should represent and the qualifications, views, and obligations of colleagues.
- (b) Social workers should unwarranted of colleagues in communications with clients or with other professionals
- (c) Social workers should with social work colleagues and with colleagues of other professions when such serves the well-being of clients.”
- The following behaviors are associated with Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior:a.demonstrate professional demeanor in behavior; appearance; and oral, written, and electronic communicationb.use supervision and consultation to guide professional judgment and behaviorc.apply their understanding of social, economic, and environmental justice to advocate for human rights at the individual and system levelsd.use and translate research evidence to inform and improve practice, policy, and service delivery
- Cultural competence within the framework of cultural humility means:a.Treating all clients the same and ignoring differences related to race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, political belief, religion, immigration status, and mental or physical disabilityb.Knowing all facts about every culturec.Treating a client as expert in their lived experience and seeking knowledge about different cultures, while checking assumptions about meaning of cultural identity and challenging social oppressiond.Learning about different cultures and applying general stereotypes to specific individuals and families
- If you experience an ethical dilemma in field, you should:a.share specific details about a client with friends and family in order to have them help you resolve the dilemmab.say nothing and ignore itc.seek supervision from your field instructord.apply ethical principles based on social work code of ethicse.seek consultation from field liaison and/or the field department
- The 6 values of the social work profession, according to the NASW Code of Ethics, are:servicefriendlinesssocial justicedignity and worth of the personaccountabilityimportance of human relationshipsintegritycompetencereputation
- Social workers are committed to social diversity and addressing oppression and discrimination based on which specific categories as identified in the NASW Code of Ethics [sections 1.05(c), 2.01(b), 4.02, and 6.04(d)]. Which of the following are identified in these sections of the code:raceethnicityprofessionnational origincolorsexweightsexual orientationgender identity or expressionagemarital statuspolitical beliefreligion immigration statusmental or physical disability
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