Codes of Silence, Confidentiality and Secrets: Implications for CW System
Friday, December 14, 2012 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM (CST)
YOU ARE INVITED TO A “REFLECTIVE SEMINAR"
Friday, December 14, 2012
Codes of Silence, Confidentiality and Secrets: Implications for the Child Welfare System
Esther Wattenberg, Professor, School of Social Work, Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, Center for Urban and Regional Affairs University of Minnesota
Acknowledging the Privacy and Involuntary Status of Families in the Child Welfare System: How Should Practice Respond to Codes of Silence and Secrets Held Within a Family and Their Children? Ronald Rooney, Professor, School of Social Work, Editor, Strategies for Work with Involuntary Clients, 2009, Second Edition
Practical Application of the Provision of Data Practices in a Child Welfare Setting: The Tennessen Warning. Thom Campbell, J.D., Social Services Program Consultant Minnesota Department of Human Services
Panel Presentation: TBA
Safeguarding Privacy in an Information Society: Special Challenges for the Child Welfare System. Dee Wilson, Director, Child Welfare Services, Knowledge Management Case Family Programs
Check in will begin at 1:15pm. This is a no-cost seminar.
(Contact Esther Wattenberg or Mary Kaye LaPointe at email@example.com or call 612-625-6550, for more information.)
This seminar is co-sponsored by the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, the School of Social Work, College of Education and Human Development, and the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
When & Where
Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare
The Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare (CASCW) was established in 1992 with federal Title IV-E funding and a grant from the Bush Foundation. The Center brings the University of Minnesota together with county and state social services in a partnership dedicated to improving the lives of children and families.