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Ethics Potpourri: Philosophy, Research, Supervision, and Practice (Shawn Quigley)

Professional and ethical behaviors are critical for high quality care and consumer protection. But, how is ethical behavior taught, strengthened, and maintained? The science of behavior offers multiple philosophies and strategies to teach, strengthen, and maintain ethical behavior. For example, a behavioral systems approach may increase the probability of employees engaging in ethical and professional behaviors because systems may describe “what to do” instead of “what not to do” when faced with a professional or ethical issue. Furthermore, a systematic approach to ethical training and supervision may ensure behavior analysts provide culturally appropriate treatments, as well as practice within their boundaries of competency. During this workshop, participants will discuss ethical philosophies that guide decision making (Brodhead, 2019; Brodhead, Cox, & Quigley, 2018; Rosenberg & Schwartz, 2018), discuss strategies for teaching and maintaining ethical behavior in an organization (Brodhead & Higbee, 2012; Brodhead, Quigley, & Cox, 2018), discuss strategies for defining scope of competence (Brodhead, Quigley & Wilczynski, 2018), discuss strategies for building and maintaining relationships in interdisciplinary settings (Brodhead, 2015), discuss strategies for developing cultural awareness (e.g., Fong, Catagnus, Brodhead, Quigley, & Field, 2016), and considerations of ethics in research and practice (e.g., Quigley, Blevins, Cox, Brodhead, & Kim, 2017).
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Shawn Quigley, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Presented at the 2019 Michigan Autism Conference
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