Professionalism and the Internet
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Sponsored by the Ethics Committee
The whole world seems to be blogging, tweeting, texting, and friending these days, including patients and doctors. This webinar looks at the potential clinical, ethical and legal issues that can arise with the use of technology in clinical child psychiatry practice and offer some suggestions about how to solve problems and manage dilemmas. Specific case examples are discussed.
PART 1: Professional Boundaries and the Internet
Peter Ash, M.D.
Chief, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Emory University School of Medicine
PART 2: Prevalence, Problems and Clinical Vignettes
Sandra DeJong, M.D.
Associate Training Director, Child Psychiatry
Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School
PART 3: Questions & Answers
Ethics Committee Staff Liaison