The Ethics of Tele-Mental Health: Challenges, Dilemmas & Opportunities
Tele-mental health care can aid many patients, but poses several ethical challenges. Questions emerge regarding data privacy and confidentiality, informed consent, legal, regulatory and ethical issues, provider preparedness, assessments of potential risks and benefits, and social justice. This interactive webinar, with some of the leading experts on these issues, will explore challenges and ways of addressing them.
This event is eligible for Continuing Education Credits (CE) for New York licensed psychologists and social workers. For more information, please contact Psych [[dot]] CE [[at]] nyspi [[dot]] columbia [[dot]] edu.
This event is organized by the Columbia University Master’s In Bioethics Program and the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, New York State Psychiatric Institute.
For further information please contact Athina Fontenot at af3018 [[at]] columbia [[dot]] educlass="spamspan mailto".
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