Webinar - Ethical Challenges and Opportunities while Advancing Science
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Webinar Title: Ethical Challenges and Opportunities while Advancing Science within the Autism Community (120 minutes)
Presenter: David Celiberti, PhD, BCBA-D
Description: There are literally hundreds of interventions for autism, although the vast majority of these lack any scientific support. Science and scientific methods are not only relevant to discussions surrounding autism treatment selection but should serve as the foundation upon which treatments should be chosen, implemented, and evaluated. This presentation will highlight the role that behavior analysts can play in helping consumers, consultees, supervisees and other colleagues choose interventions, implement those interventions with high degrees of fidelity and transparent, as well as in objectively evaluating outcomes. Strategies for promoting science and the scientific method in both practice and in communication will be discussed throughout.
Webinar Logistics: We will utilize Google Hangout, Skype, or a videoconferencing platform that can be hosted by the agency of the winning bidder. The presentation would need to be scheduled at a mutually convenient time for the presenter and the winning bidder and occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020. Winning bidder is prohibited from charging admission to this training. If you are already a CEU provider, we can provide learning objectives and a time ordered agenda. If you have any questions, please email David Celiberti at firstname.lastname@example.org
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