Presented by Dr. Natalie Stratton
Friday, May 26, 2023 – 9 am – 1:00 pm, Rm 2016, McCain Bldg., Dalhousie University, Halifax
An essential component of the Nova Scotia Board of Examiners in Psychology’s (NSBEP) oral licensing examination is the candidate’s ability to describe their ethical decision making
process. In this interactive workshop, attendees will receive a thorough overview of the Canadian Code of Ethics as well as relevant guidelines, standards, and laws.
For more information or to register download the brochure here.
Learn how to:
- Describe the Canadian Code of the Ethics for Psychologists, professional standards for psychologists, Tri-Council policy on ethical research, and relevant provincial and federal
- Apply the 10-steps to ethical decision-making
- Describe your ethical decision-making process orally
- Evaluate your personal biases, stresses, and self-interests and their impact on ethical decision-making
- Evaluate the impact of the cultural, social, historical, economic, institutional, legal or political context or other circumstances on ethical decision-making
APNS Members – Free
Non-Members – $50.00
Student APNS Members – Free
Student Non-members – $15.00
No shows will be charged a $25 fee.
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