Self Study Webinar: Ethics Primer for the SLP (0218)
Purpose: This one-hour recorded webinar familiarizes the SLP with the foundation of medical ethics and ASHA’s code of ethics which guides our clinical practice. This course provides history of ethics, review of medical ethics, review of the law as it relates to ethics, and provides strategies for navigating potential ethical situations.
About the Instructor: Vanessa Peregrim received her Masters degree from Loyola University in 2006. She currently provides mobile FEES to the Maryland/DC/VA territory for CSP. Prior to joining CSP in 2016, Vanessa worked at University of Maryland Medical center in the acute care and outpatient setting with adults and pediatrics. She has presented posters and lectures at ASHA and Maryland State Association Conferences. She also teaches Ethics and Advanced Dysphagia graduate courses at Loyola University. She has been deemed competent for supervision and training in FEES by a board certified Otolaryngologist.
This course is offered for 0.10 ASHA CEUs (1 hour), (Intermediate Level; Professional Area)
- Summarize the history of ethics, ASHAs code of ethics and medical
- Describe the law as it relates to
- List strategies for navigating potential ethical
00:00 - 03:00: Introduction, Principals of Ethics, Description of Ethics
03:00 - 08:45: Why is Ethics Important, Heinz Dilemma, Trolleyology
08:45 - 16:45: Values vs Ethics, Bioethics, Autonomy, Beneficence, Non-maleficence, Justice
16:45 - 26:00 Law and Its Relationship with Ethics, Informed Consent, Waiver, Legal Terms
26:00 - 42:00 ASHA Code of Ethics, Ethical Decision Making Model, Reporting and Avoiding Ethical Violations
42:00 - 53:00 Ethical Scenarios
53:00 - 60:00 Summary, References, Post-test
Instructor Disclosure: : Vanessa Peregrim has the following financial relationship: she is a paid employee of Carolina Speech Pathology. No payment was received for creation of this webinar. Ms. Peregrim has no non-financial relationships to disclose.