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Southeast Branch End of Year Ethics
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When: Friday, December 6, 2019
1pm - 4pm
Where: AIM Center
472 West Martin Luther King Boulevard
Chattanooga, Tennessee  37402
United States

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3.0 in ethics


December 6, 2019

Time:   1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location: AIM Center


About Our Presenters

Dr. Robert Zylstra LCSW is Director of Behavioral Medicine for the University of Tennessee College of Medicine here in Chattanooga. In addition to his work with the College of Medicine he has also been an adjunct instructor and field supervisor with the UTC School of Social Work. While he has done some formal training in medical ethics, much of his experience in this area comes from his involvement on the Erlanger Hospital ethics committee

Dr. Samantha Dutton is the President of DuHart Consulting where she works with her husband in addressing cybersecurity business needs, as it impacts the human factor. She is also an Associate Dean and the Director of the Social Work Program in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Phoenix.  She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds a PhD in Social Work and Social Research. Dr. Dutton served over 25 years in the United States Air Force, retiring as Lieutenant Colonel.


Our first presenter Dr. Zylstra’s presentation is Medical Ethics and Assisted Reproduction (90-minute presentation)

Learning Objectives:

-     Reasons for Assisted Reproduction

-     Ethics vs. Law

-     Terms and Definitions

-     Associated Organizations

-     Legal Cases

Our second presenter is Dr. Dutton’s presentation is Military Social Work Ethics (90-minute presentation)

Learning Objectives:

-     Military Social Work Ethics

-     Introduction to Military Culture

-     Where NASW ethics meets military law

-     The "additional" duty to warn

-     Case examples


NASW Members - $20

Non-Members - $35


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