References for Managing Ethics Challenges in Social Work Organizations: A Comprehensive Strategy

Banks, S., Cai, T., de Jonge, E., Shears, J., Shum, M., Sobočan, A. M., Strom, K., Truell, R., Úriz, M. J., & Weinberg, M. (2020). Practising ethically during COVID-19: Social work challenges and responses. International Social Work, 63(5), 569–583.
Bryan, V., Sanders, S., & Kaplan, L. E. (2021). The helping professional’s guide to ethics: Theory in practice (Second edition). Oxford Univerity Press.
Crico, C., Sanchini, V., Casali, P. G., & Pravettoni, G. (2021). Evaluating the effectiveness of clinical ethics committees: A systematic review. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 24(1), 135–151.
Crisp, B. R., Stanford, S., & Moulding, N. (2021). Educating Social Workers in the Midst of COVID-19: The Value of a Principles-led Approach to Designing Educational Experiences during the Pandemic. The British Journal of Social Work, 51(5), 1839–1857.
Garlington, S. B., & Collins, M. E. (2021). Addressing environmental justice: Virtue ethics, social work, and social welfare. International Journal of Social Welfare, 30(3), 353–363.
Hasselgren, C., Dellve, L., & Gillberg, G. (2021). Conditions for distributed leadership practices among managers in elder- and disability care organizations: A structural equation modeling approach. International Journal of Nursing Studies Advances, 3, 100049.
He, L., & Xu, J. (2022). A Conversation between Confucian Ethics and the NASW Code of Ethics in the Chinese context. The British Journal of Social Work, 52(4), 1805–1819.
Hermansson, L., Lundberg, A., Gruber, S., Jolly, A., Lind, J., Righard, E., & Scott, H. (2022). Firewalls: A necessary tool to enable social rights for undocumented migrants in social work. International Social Work, 65(4), 678–692.
Mönkkönen, K., & Kekoni, T. (2021). Constructing shared understanding in interprofessional client sessions. Nordic Social Work Research, 1–15.
Pascoe, K. M. (2021). Considerations for integrating technology into social work practice: A content analysis of nine professional social work associations’ Codes of Ethics. International Social Work, 002087282098083.
Reamer, F. G. (2021). The Trolley Problem and the Nature of Intention: Implications for Social Work Ethi. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 18(2), 43–54.