A Model of Comparative Ethics Education for Social Workers
Journal of Social Work Education
Social work ethics education models have not effectively engaged social workers in practice in formal ethical reasoning processes, potentially allowing personal bias to affect ethical decisions.1 Using two of the primary ethical models from medicine, a new social work ethics model for education and practical application is proposed. The strengths and weaknesses of specific extant social work and medical models are reviewed and addressed by the new model and its educational process. The development, components, and use of the social work model are detailed, and an education process example is provided.
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Pugh G.L. 2017. A Model of Comparative Ethics Education for Social Workers. Journal of Social Work Education, 53(2):312-326.