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Ethical Decision Making: Doing the Right Thing and Minimizing Risk in HIV Related Situations and Other Critical Challenges

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Event:
Ethical Decision Making: Doing the Right Thing and Minimizing Risk in HIV Related Situations and Other Critical Challenges
Start:
August 17, 2012 1:00 pm
End:
August 17, 2012 4:00 pm
Cost:
$50 members, $85 non-members
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Organizer:
Central Ohio Psychological Association
Updated:
July 10, 2012
Venue:
Maryhaven, Inc.
Address:
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1791 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, OH, 43207, United States

Ethical Decision Making: Doing the Right Thing and Minimizing Risk in HIV Related Situations and Other Critical Challenges
Presenter: Dr. Greg Brigham
When: August 17 | Time: 1-4 p.m.

This three hour training demonstrates how to analyze complex HIV cases in terms of 5 foundational ethical principles in conjunction with professional ethics codes. Participants will learn to use the APA HOPE ethical decision making process.

Participants will learn:
• How to analyze complex HIV cases in terms of 5 foundational ethical principles in conjunction with professional ethics codes
• The 5 advantages of using ethical decision making model
• The 5 steps of the APA HOPE ethical decision making model
• How to apply the model to a case study

Greg Brigham, PhD has specialized in the field of addiction treatment for nearly 30 years. He received a MA in Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Ministry from Methesco and a Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. He is Board Certified in Clinical Psychology and is licensed as a Psychologist and as an Independent Chemical Dependency Professional in Ohio. He is currently the Chief Research Officer at Maryhaven and a Research Scientist at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He began his career as a clinician and in the past ten years has transitioned to clinical research. As a clinician and researcher his work has focused on the development and testing of new treatment innovations, the conduct of randomized clinical trials, the adoption of empirically supported treatments, the development of evidenced based practice (EBP) training materials, training of trainers, and the active dissemination of research findings through peer reviewed publications, symposia, workshops, and invited talks. Through the high co-occurrence of HIV risk behavior and substance abuse he has become increasingly active in research and training to reduce HIV risk behavior. Recently he was certified as a trainer through the APA HIV Office of Psychology Education (HOPE).

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