Documenting for Whom?
Paper or Electronic?
Recording Sensitive Information and Lockbox
Records and Standards
Personal Files and Shadow Files
Dr. Mirna E. Carranza
This interactive workshop presents theoretical frameworks and strategies that facilitate processes leading to resiliency as immigrant families build their new life across geographical and cultural contexts.
Dr. Daniel Buchman and Frank Wagner
This interactive workshop explores the use of an ethical decision-making framework in current and emerging issues related to social work practice. Participants learned how to apply the framework to tackle challenges such as access to service, hospital discharge, treatment disagreements, capacity evaluation, relationships between patient/client, family, and staff, moral distress, and clients living “at risk”.
OASW Provincial Conference 2014
Dr. Jim Cullen
Dr. Jim Cullen provides a summary of the significant changes in the DSM, how these changes came about, and what they mean for social workers and their clients.
Dr. Alice Schmidt Handbidge
Dr. Alice Schmidt Handbidge focuses on Effective Supervision - Key Strategies to Cultivate Strong Partnerships in the following excerpts:
Case Example 1
Importance of Supervision
Case Example 2
Guidelines and Supervision
Functions and Models of Supervision
How to Offer Supervision in the Future
Is Supervision at Risk?
Positive Supervision and Challenges
Iva Keighley & Laraine Naft
In a tight job market, job search can be particularly challenging. In order to provide guidance in planning for your job search, the presenters Iva Keighley and Laraine Naft give recommendations on 4 strategies that can help enhance your Job Search Tool Box.
Linking Skills to Employer
This presentation focuses on barriers experienced by survivors of human trafficking and the strategies social workers use to assist clients regain physical and emotional strength. The presentation will also highlight how social workers, through advocacy, play a vital role in establishing policy and influencing legislation.
This presentation provides a detailed account of how to use (RFP) Reflective Family Play with whole family units in order to promote resilience and renewal in family systems.
Dr. Cheryl Regehr Opening Address
Dr. Cheryl Regehr's keynote address focused on factors that contribute to the development of distress response in social workers; the effects of critical incident exposure and distress symptoms on the performance and decision-making; and factors that mitigate distress relations and their consequences.
Dr. Michael Ungar Closing address
Dr. Michael Ungar's keynote address focused on how those who help others can avoid burnout and maintain their own career and life resilience when stressors pile up at home and on the job.helping those that help nurture and maintain resilience avoid burnout and maintain their own life resilience.
The excerpts focuses on some of the issues raised by the shift from paper to electronic records including access to the record, client confidentiality and record format in the electronic context.