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GROUP 4:

RESPONSIBILITY

AS

PROFESSIONALS

Erica Ann G. Galera March Amor N. Rodriguez Maya Jane R. Baguio Miazelle A. Baldado

Raymart S. Tumala

Arnold Christopher C. Munez

ETHICAL

RESPONSIBILITIES

OF PROFESSIONALS

refers to ethical obligations that people follow because of their professional status by

encompassing how to behave in their professional

work and how they conduct themselves.”

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

 

Social workers accept responsibility or

Competence

employment only on the basis of existing competence. They strive to become remain proficient in

professional practice and the performance of professional functions. They critically examine and keep current with emerging knowledge relevant to social work.

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

Competence

Social workers routinely review the professional literature and participate in continuing education relevant to social

work practice and social work ethics. They base practice on recognize knowledge, including empirically base

knowledge, relevant to social work and

social work ethics.

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

 

Social workers should not practice, condone, facilitate or collaborate or any

form of discrimination on the basis of

Discrimination

race, ethnicity, national origin, color,

sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression, age, marital status, political beliefs, religions, immigrations

status, mental or physical disability.

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

Private

Social workers should not permit their

Conduct

private conduct to interfere with their ability to fulfill their professional responsibilities.

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

Dishonesty

 

Fraud

Social workers should not participate in, condone, or be associated with

Deceit

dishonesty, fraud, deception.

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

Impairment

Social workers should not allow their own personal problems, psycho social distress, legal problems, substance abuse or mental difficulties to interfere with their professional judgement and performance or to jeopardize the best

interest of people for whom they have

professional responsibility.

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

 

Social workers should make clear distinctions

between statements made and actions engage in as a private individual and as a representative

Misrepresentation

as a social work profession, a professional social

work organization, or the social workers

employing agency. Social workers who speak on behalf of professional social work organization

should accurately represent the official and

authorized position of the organizations.

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

 

Social workers should ensure that the

Misrepresentation

representations to clients, agencies, and the public of professional qualification, credentials, education, competence, affiliations, services

provided, and results to be achieved or

accurate. Social workers should claim only those relevant professional credentials they actually possess and takes steps to correct any inaccuracies or misrepresentation of their credentials by others.

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

Solicitations

Social workers should not engage on uninvited solicitations of potential clients who, because of their circumstances, are vulnerable to undue

influence, manipulation, or coercion.

Social workers should not engage solicitation of testimonial endorsements from current clients or from other people who, because of their particular circumstances are vulnerable, to undue influence

ELEMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS

Acknowledging

Social workers should take responsibility and credit, including authorship credit, only for

Credit

work they have actually performed and to

which they have contributed. Social workers should honestly acknowledge the work of contributions made by others.