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Forensic Social Work: Legal Aspects of Professional Practice, Second Edition

Sprache: Englisch.
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Examines the professional specialty of forensic social work, including the role of the field in a litigious society, testifying in the court room and as an expert witness, malpractice, ethics, preparing for litigation, judgment by colleagues, and cas... weiterlesen
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Titel: Forensic Social Work: Legal Aspects of Professional Practice, Second Edition
Autor/en: Robert L. Barker, Douglas M. Branson

ISBN: 078900867X
EAN: 9780789008671
Sprache: Englisch.
ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL

Dezember 1999 - gebunden - 280 Seiten

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Examines the professional specialty of forensic social work, including the role of the field in a litigious society, testifying in the court room and as an expert witness, malpractice, ethics, preparing for litigation, judgment by colleagues, and case recording and written contracts. Includes a glossary, case examples, and information on legal and

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Contents Preface and Acknowledgments Chapter 1. Forensic Social Work in a Litigious Society The Purpose of Forensic Social Work Law in the Origins of Social Work Early Affinity of Social Work and the Law Divergence Between Social Work and the Law Growth of the Litigious Society Social Work's Renewed Interest What Social Workers Must Know About the Law The Emergence of Forensic Social Work Chapter 2. The Practice of Forensic Social Work What Do Forensic Social Workers Do Motivations for Forensic Social Workers Payment for Forensics Experts Positive Incentives Forensic Social Work As a Part-Time Occupation Steps Toward A Forensics Specialty How Expert Witnesses Become Established Referral-Building Activities Forensic Marketing Organizations Forensic Professional Groups Forensic Experts in Related Fields National Organization of Forensic Social Workers Conclusion Chapter 3. Testifying in Courtrooms Types of Courtroom Witnesses Roles of the Social Work Fact Witness Distinguishing Fact and Expert Witness The Subpoena Presenting Testimony Effectively Responding to Direct Examination Responding to Cross-Examination Hazards in Presenting Testimony Testifying Against Clients The Testimony of Children Recovered or Implanted Memory Ten Guidelines for the Effective Witness Chapter 4. Testifying As an Expert Witness Pretrial Negotiations Negotiating Payment Preparation As an Expert Witness Rehearsing Expert Testimony Voir Dire: Qualifying As an Expert Presenting Expert Testimony Direct Examination of the Expert Cross-Examination of Expert Witnesses Tactics to Impeach Expert Witnesses Conclusion Chapter 5. Malpractice and How To Avoid It Some Malpractice Examples Responsibility for Therapy Outcomes Alleged Child Abuse: To Report or Not The Ramona (ital.) Case Criteria for Malpractice Liability Preventive and Defensive Practices Conduct Leading to Malpractice Claims Chapter 6. When Laws and Ethics Collide The Limits of Confidentiality Child Abuse and Neglect Laws The Tarasoff (ital.) Case Rationale of Judges and Legal Officials Guidelines for Coping Implementing the Actual Warning Jaffee vs. Redmond (ital.) Conclusion Chapter 7. Preparing for Litigation Recognizing a Potential Legal Hazard The Emotional Risks of Litigation When to Seek Legal Help Costs of Litigation Goals in Hiring a Lawyer Trial or Settlement Chapter 8. Professional Review: Judgment by Colleagues Need for Alternatives to Law Courts Philosophies of Reviewing Organizations Types of Sanctions Disciplinary Action Reporting System (DARS) Third-Party Review Procedures NASW Peer Review Procedure Critique of NASW Adjudication Procedures Other Professional Review Procedures Inevitability of Peer Review How To Avoid or Minimize Sanctions When Misconduct Is Acknowledged Chapter 9. Case Recording and Written Contracts Report Writing for the Litigious Society Record Keeping for Couples and Families The Problem-Oriented (SOAP) Record Accessibility of Case Records Forensics Reports versus Case Records The Written Contract Written versus Verbal Contracts The Preservation of Contracts and Records Conclusion Chapter 10. Legal and Professional Credentials Practicing Without Credentials Consequences of Misrepresentation What Are Credentials Origins of Social Work Credentials Requirements for Professional Credentials Social Work Licensure Comparing Credentials with Other Professions Unresolved Credentialing Problems The AASSWB Model Social Wo
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