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1 Course will be offered on April 1st: Making Ethical Decisions in Complex Clinical Decisions 9 AM – 1 PM

When: Saturday, April 1st
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Where: Gonzaga - Jepson Business Center - Hogan 120
502 East Boone Avenue
Spokane, Washington  99258
United States
Contact: Sierra VanderHoogt

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Note Schedule update as of 3/30/17

• Morning 9am - 1pm - Making Ethical Decisions in Complex Clinical Cases 4 CE (Ethics)

•This event has been cancelled -2pm - 5pm- Psychologists and Palliative Care (3 CE)

No Late Registration Fee for this event

Upon Registration for April 1st's Event, you will receive a promo code that allows you to purchase a ticket for the May 6th CE event at the Early Bird rate up until the day of the event
April 1, 2017
Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA 
Hogan Classroom 120 in Gonzaga's Jepson Business Center


Making Ethical Decisions in Complex Clinical Decisions 9 AM – 1 PM
David Jull-Patterson, Ph.D., F.T. (San Francisco, CA)
Offered through SAMHSA and APA Office of Health Disparities HIV Professional Development

A curriculum entitled the Multi-Disciplinary Mental Health Services Curricula on Ethical Issues & HIV/AIDS, addresses ethical considerations of HIV-related health services and teaches a model for ethical decision making. The systematic decision-making process on which the curricula are based offers several advantages over less structured methods of analysis.

Learning Objectives
• Increase awareness of legal and ethical issues in providing mental health services
• Identify the complexity of those issues and decisions
• Use a model for making ethical decisions and apply it to ethical dilemmas
4 CE (Ethics)

David Jull-Patterson, Ph.D., F.T. a clinical professor in Medical Psychology at the University of California, San Francisco, and adjunct professor at Alliant International University, where he teaches one of the first graduate-level courses offered in the U.S. that trains psychologists to work in the palliative care
setting. David also maintains an independent practice in clinical health psychology, working with adults diagnosed with life threatening diseases. Previous work includes being on staff in a pediatric palliative care service. Currently, he is an appointed member of the Ethics Committee of the California Psychological Association, and a member of a CPA task force writing a document providing guidance for psychologists involved with the state’s recently enacted End of Life
Option Act.

Cancellation policies 

  • During early bird registration period 100% refund of registration

  • During regular registration period a $50 cancellation fee will be assessed for full day pricing, $25 cancellation fee for half day pricing

  • During late registration period no fees will be refunded 


Washington State Psychological Association (WSPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. WSPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

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