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      Implementation of the Code of Ethics in Social Services


      Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention

      Journal of Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention

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          Objective: The research aim was focused on an analysis of problems of ethical behavior in Social Work. We did research aimed at asking questions, how the ethical standards are implemented in daily life of Social Workers in link with her/his profession and the standards of the quality of Social Services due to Social Services. Design: We did collection of research data from March to May 2017, through structural individual interviews with Social Workers in Daily Care Centers; the answers were analyzed by open coding and we made practical recommendations based on these research results.Participants: Social Work is predominantly represented by women, with an average age of 41.7 years compared to men 48.5 years. The average length of female practice is almost 10 years, compared to men with over 5 years.Methods: We did open coding of data collected from participants using qualitative research method.Results: Data analysis has shown the following key findings: the implementation of the Code of Ethics in Social Services and respect for human rights while working with clients is highly dependent on the management of the organization; human and personal capital; subjective feelings of burnout syndrome; work atmosphere or conditions of providing Social Services. Research has shown a great quality of Social Services depend on value orientation and the professionalism of a Social Worker; as well as meeting the needs of clients depends on the management of the organization charged with providing Social Services.Conclusion: Strong abilities and commitment to perform ethically in the self-helping professions is the basis of the quality of service provided to clients; reflecting other factors such as mutual relationship; trust; professionalism; access to services; ethical standards; autonomy and honorable respect.

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          Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
          Journal of Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
          July 30 2018
          July 28 2018
          July 30 2018
          July 28 2018
          : 9
          : 2
          : 14-19
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          Psychology, Social & Behavioral Sciences


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