Appendix 3 Social work is a profession whose members are required to adhere
to standards advanced by the National Association of Social
Workers (NASW); social work students must also meet standards
advanced by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). The
following behavioral expectations of students were adapted from
the NASW Code of Ethics and CSWE's accreditation standards for
programs of social work education.
Contract and Code of Conduct
|1. ||The social work student is expected to maintain high standards of personal conduct and act in accordance with the
highest standards of integrity.|
|2. ||The social work student engaged in study and research must
be guided by the conventions of scholarly inquiry.|
|3. ||The social work student engaged in service delivery holds as
primary his or her responsibility to clients.|
|4. ||The social work student must respect the privacy of clients
and hold in confidence all information obtained in the course
of professional service.|
|5. ||The social work student is expected to treat fellow students,
faculty, supervisors, and staff with respect, honesty, courtesy,
fairness, and good faith.|
|6. ||The social work student must adhere to commitments made
to the social work program.|
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Book title: Gatekeeping in BSW Programs.
Contributors: Patty Gibbs - Editor, Eleanor H. Blakely - Editor.
Publisher: Columbia University Press.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: 388.
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