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Module 5_RBT

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Transcript of Module 5_RBT



CONNECTED
Registered Behavior Technician
Module 5
6.0 Behavior Analysts' Ethical Responsibility to the Profession of Behavior Analysis
May be Desired
But could have a Negative Impact
Instructor:
Dr. Michael Cameron
RBT Task List Item:
F-05 (Professional Conduct and Scope of Practice)
Title:
Maintain Client Dignity
Duration:
60 Minutes
Assessment:
Competency Based Quiz (5 questions)
Special Note:
This module fulfills one (1) hour of the ethics requirement


Review of Accumulated Information
Jeopardy Labs
for
Registered Behavior Technicians

Dignity
Language

Environment
Caring

Behavior Analysts and the Individual Behavior Change Program: 4.0
Avoiding Harmful Reinforcers 4:10
Affirming Principles: 6.01
Uphold and advance the ethics, values, and principles
Participate in behavior analytic professional and scientific organizations and activities
You are an ambassador
Disseminating Behavior Analysis: 6.02
Promote behavior analysis by making information available


Aging
Autism
Basic Research
Brain and Spinal Cord Injury
Clinical Therapy
Education & Curriculum Development
Behavioral Economics
Gambling
Health


Neuroscience
Behavior in Organizations
Parenting
Animal Behavior
Substance Abuse
Philosophy/History
Safety
Special Education
Verbal Behavior & Language
Environment/Green Issues
Cultural Practices
7.0 Behavior Analysts Ethical Responsibility to Colleagues
Promote an ethical culture and make others aware of the code 7.01
Respond to ethical violations of others and risk for harm 7.02

Mandated reporter
Know your state guidelines and the policies and procedures of the school, clinic, hospital, or organization you are supporting as a Registered Behavior Technician
Crucial conversations
Attempt to resolve
Filing a formal complaint
8.0 Public Statements

Do not make statements
that are false, deceptive,
misleading, exaggerated,
or fraudulent 8.02
Do not implement
non-behavior analytic
interventions
Use evidence-based
practices
Intellectual Property 8.03

We are not free to reproduce materials without the explicit permission of the publisher and/or author (e.g.,
VB-MAPP
materials may not be redistributed or reproduced). Materials must be purchased
"When you have wit of your own, it's
a pleasure to credit other people for
theirs"

Criss Jami,
Killosophy

Statements by Other 8.04
Testimonials and Advertising 8.06
Do not solicit or use testimonials about behavior analytic services from current clients
In-Person Solicitation 8.07
Do not engage, directly or through agents, in
uninvited solicitation of business of actual or potential users of services

9.0 Behavior Analysts and Research
Plan and conduct research in a manner
consistent with all applicable laws,
regulations, and professional
standards 9.01

Accuracy and Use
of Data 9.09

10.0 Behavior Analyst's Ethical Responsibility
to the BACB
Truthful and Accurate Information
Provided to the BACA and Timely Responding and Reporting 10.01 and 10.02
Confidentiality and BACB
Intellectual Property 10.03
Examination Honesty and Irregularities
10.04
Compliance with BACB Supervision and Coursework 10.05
Discouraging Misrepresentation by Non-Certified Individuals 10.07

We need to give each other the space to grow, to be ourselves, to exercise our diversity. We need to give each other space so that we may both give and receive such beautiful things as ideas, openness, dignity, joy, healing, and inclusion.
Max De Pree
Module Goals

The purpose of this module is: (1) emphasize the importance of recognizing and honoring the dignity of others, with due regard for the needs of people with disabilities and the common good; (2) to review your obligations as a mandated reported, (3) to discuss "stewardship" and the need to preserve the integrity of our science, (4) to discuss the code of ethics as outlined by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, and (5) to provide an overview of the ethical responsibilities of a Registered Behavior Technician.
With respect to interventions, what is
one of your fundamental
responsibilities?
Committing to the use of
evidence-based practices.
What are your responsibilities regarding
copyrighted and trademarked materials

You can not duplicate or disseminate
without the explicit permission of the
authors and/or publishers

True or False - it is acceptable to solicit
testimonials from the families you serve
as a Registered Behavior Technician

False
The name of the committee formed to
review and approve research involving
human subjects
Institutional Review Board

What is your obligation to the Behavior
Analyst Certification Board

To provide timely and accurate
information
Questions
Answers
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