DC-S and the Dialogic Work Analysis - Part I
The first webinar in this four part series introduced viewers to the theoretical framework of Demand-Control Schema (DC-S). Some viewers then participated in an online learning community were they learned to construct quality demand-control analyses (based on the eleven scales of the DC-S Rubric). This second webinar will educate viewers on how to discuss interpreting demands and controls using a paradigm of teleological ethics – ethics based on the consequences of decisions. Viewers will learn how to construct demand constellations and how to formulate an ethical structure that involves the weighing consequences of decisions in light of professional values and execution of professional responsibility.