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Ethics in Action: Concepts, Practice, and Context

Ethics in Action: Concepts, Practice, and Context

About This Webinar

In this educational webinar, join us to delve into the realm of ethics and professional practice, with a special focus on ethical considerations relevant to professionals dedicated to enhancing family readiness and well-being within the military setting. Throughout this learning experience, participants have the opportunity to:

  1. Explore ethical frameworks that advocate for justice, fairness, and equity.
  2. Delve into the practical application of ethical perspectives in the decision-making process.
  3. Acknowledge the potential influence of personal experiences and preferences on professional perspectives and discover strategies to mitigate bias and subjectivity.
  4. Identify avenues for advancing their professional expertise in ethics and related areas through the resources offered by the OneOp program.


Christopher Plein, Ph.D.

Professor of Public Administration
Eberly Family Professor for Outstanding Public Service
West Virginia University

Continuing education credit is available.

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