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Addiction

Conflict Of Interest In Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment

A conflict of interest is a set of circumstances that creates a risk that professional judgment or actions regarding a primary interest will be unduly influenced by a secondary interest. Common areas where conflicts of interest can occur in mental health and substance abuse treatment include pharmaceuticals, accepting gifts of various kinds, including meals and drug samples that alter treatment behavior, having a financial interest in a medical product company whose products they prescribe, use, or recommend, and self-referrals.  

This course will explore these areas and discuss how to avoid conflicts of interest.

 

Author:  Jenna Phillips, M.Ed., CAP, LMHC
Ms. Phillips, M.Ed., CAP, LMHC is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia.  She is credentialed in alcohol and other drug counseling.   

Course Information: 
Relevance and Target Audience:  This course is designed for master’s level counselors and social workers, addiction professionals, and nurses who need to understand how to keep personal gain out of treatment decisions.

Content level:  Beginner
Course Format:  This course is offered as a self-paced distance learning format (reading-based online activity)
System Requirements:  This course is offered online.  Internet connection required.
Course Completion Information:  To earn continuing education credit, professionals must register and pay the fee for the course.  They must read the content and demonstrate understanding by earning a minimum score of 70 percent on testing materials.  The certificate of completion will be able to be downloaded after the above is completed. Refunds will be granted upon request with the withdrawal of credit for the course.
For questions, concerns or to request special accommodations, please call 866-863-4225 or email ContactUs@BaysideCEU.com.

CEBroker Provider Number:  50-204
CEBroker Course ID: 20-970262

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