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Dyer Ethics Workshop Set for Nov. 12

Nov. 6, 2007

The Baylor University School of Social Work will offer its 10th annual Preston M. Dyer Workshop from 2 to 5 p.m., Nov. 12, at the Mayborn Museum Theater, 1300 University Parks Drive.

The three-hour event, titled "Legal Aspects of Social Work Practice: What You Don't Know Could Hurt You," will be presented by William Hopkins, an attorney from Austin who specializes in practice with professional licensure, standards of practice and values and ethics.

The workshop provides the opportunity to earn three continuing education hours in ethics for social work practitioners in the community.

Topics will include Texas standards of practice for social workers, common ethical issues and dilemmas, Texas processes for complaints and other legal issues for social workers.

Space is limited so pre-registration is encouraged. Cost of the workshop is $40 for social work practitioners and $20 for Baylor field supervisors, both of which include CEU expense. There is no cost for students but they must register.

For more information or to register, e-mail Krista_Barrett@baylor.edu or call 254-710-6400.