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The Legal and Ethical Implications of HIPAA and FERPA

  • 16 Oct 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Virtual

Registration

  • This rate is for current members of WVSPA.
  • This option is for members that wish to register and will have a PO supplied by your county. PO MUST BE EMAILED TO LISA STAFFORD (lstaffor@k12.wv.us) BY 10/9/20!
  • This rate is for those that are not members of WVSPA that wish to participate in the training.
  • Select this option if you want to register as a nonmember for the training and a PO supplied by your county. PO MUST BE EMAILED TO LISA STAFFORD (lstaffor@k12.wv.us) BY 10/9/20!
  • This registration option is for students that are currently enrolled in a School Psychology training program. If you have not received your access code from your training program, please email Dr. Christina Hare, WVSPA President at chare@k12.wv.us to request the code!

Register

The WVSPA Fall 2020 Conference will be held virtually due to the pandemic.  As part of the conference lineup, several webinars have been planned!  The first webinar will be held on October 16, 2020 from 1:00-4:00 p.m.!  For this webinar, WVSPA is pleased to host John B. Comegno, II, Attorney at Law for an ethics presentation titled "The Legal and Ethical Implications of HIPAA and FERPA".  School psychologists daily face novel questions regarding FERPA and HIPAA’s application to education records and student confidentiality.  Is there a difference between FERPA and HIPAA in school? Is all information collected during evaluations and IEP implementation protected from disclosure by federal law? Do these laws apply equally? How does dual-licensure affect application? Remote service delivery and data collection during the COVID-19 school closures raised new questions – are there additional consent requirements? How do school psychologists stay safe during synchronous and asynchronous remote instruction and service delivery?  This informative and entertaining session, delivered by nationally-known attorney and speaker John Comegno, Esq., will answer these questions and more.  


Participants will earn 3 CE hours for this presentation! THIS SESSION COUNTS FOR ETHICS.  


PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST REGISTER BY OCTOBER 9TH!  

Webinar Brochure:

Fall Conference - Ethics Brochure.pdf

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