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LEVEL: Advanced
CEU: 2 BACB Ethics or Type II

What does it mean to “behave badly?” In many cases, it may be easy to identify ethics code violations, but in some cases, it’s not so clear cut. What do you do when you see your colleagues engaging in bad behavior? Most BCBAs feel uncomfortable being in the role of a “whistleblower.” Yet, not taking action can have wide-sweeping negative consequences for clients, peers and the field of behavior analysis -- think Medicaid fraud!

This session is designed to help BCBAs identify and categorize Ethics Violations to determine the most appropriate course of action. We will utilize the Bailey Triage Model, a decision-making framework for behavior analysts, first introduced in 2016 in our Ethics in Practice Series, to use as a guide. During this webinar, we will continue to explore and expand beyond its original use by analyzing additional scenarios submitted by BCBAs around the world. We will demonstrate how to use the Triage Model as a tool to systematically breakdown complex issues and to identify code violations to determine how to ethically discharge the responsibility of a BCBA while staying in compliance with the Ethics Code.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the purpose of the Bailey Triage Model.
  • Learn how to use the Bailey Triage Model to make decision.
  • Understand common ethical violations and resulting consequences.
  • Learn about the different types of ethics violations and how the resolution can impact the lives of clients, peers and the field of behavior analysis.

Webinar Details

Presenter: Dr. Jon Bailey, PhD., BCBA-D
Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time: 9:00 am to 11:00 am Central
Price: $79
CEUs: 2 Ethics or Type II CEUs

 

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