Workplace Bullying and Violence: Tactical and Ethical Guidance for Social Work
Incidents of workplace bullying and violence have intensified over the past decade, particularly in health and behavioral health settings. Their presence interferes with all that these settings strive to be; safe, client-centered, quality-driven, and approached through an interprofessional team effort. In addition, practitioners are being exposed to concerning levels of risk, plus trauma from each incident.
This presentation explores the varied dynamics of two concerning disrupters for workforce, workplace bullying and violence. Focus will be on the scope and incidence of both issues as they impact the social work field instruction community. Tactical guidance will be provided on how to identify and manage bullying boss and leadership situations, violence on the job, plus workforce resilience strategies. Special attention will be placed on how bullying contradicts with professional ethical codes and standards of practice across the social work profession. Attendees will be introduced to emerging laws and industry initiatives, plus unique strategies to empower their ability to manage these oppressive, traumatic, and often fatal behaviors.
Behavioral learning objectives:
Explore the demographics and manifestations of workplace bullying
Identify how workplace violence impacts the health and behavioral health industry.
Explore new dimension of trauma for health care sector victims.
Review current legislative and professional initiatives for both disrupters
Provide strategies to empower workforce resilience, and
Discuss way to enhance safety across practice settings
Bullying has fostered a dangerous culture of silence in the industry, one impacting patient safety, and quality of care delivery. This behavior also poses long term behavioral health implications for professional exposed to it, whether directly or vicariously. Add the escalating numbers specific to workplace violence and the trends speak to an atmosphere of safety and quality in the health care workplace, which puts both clients and professionals at risk.
Attendees will earn 6.0 Category I Contact Hours, including 6.0 Category I Contact Hours of Ethics.
6 CCM ethics CEs pending approval
Ellen Fink-Samnick, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, CCM, CRP
Registration Fees - includes CE certificate (emailed after training)
NASW Member $100
Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare
1315 Franklin Rd., SW
Roanoke, VA 24016
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