2021 Webinar Series
Register for upcoming webinars below. If you have ideas for future webinars, please let us know.
Who can attend?
Anyone is welcome to register and attend the webinars!
Will the sessions be recorded?
This depends on the speaker. If speakers approve of having their sessions recorded, those recordings will be available on the FSBPT website.
Is this the complete schedule of webinars?
No, we are still working with some speakers to finalize details and will share new webinars as they are confirmed.
Can I receive an email when a new webinar is added?
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Can I see a simple list of the schedule?
Yes! Please click on each link to go to more information about each webinar:
- "Regulatory Hours," the third Wednesday of each month
- "Regulatory Currents," January 28
- "The Human Side of Ethics," February 10
- "The Future of the Professions in the Age of COVID-19," February 25
- "The Good, the Bad, and the Crazy: The Most Intriguing Recent Legal Cases," March 11
- "Exploring Unconscious Bias," March 23
- "Promoting Prevention through Practice Advice: A proactive approach to regulation," April 7
- "An Overview of Trauma’s Impact on Boundary Violation Investigations," April 14
January 28, 2021 | 4:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: Dale Atkinson
A review of recent case law and legislation related to regulation.
The Human Side of Ethics
February 10, 2021 | 4:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: Chuck Gallagher
In 1987, at the height of his career, Chuck Gallagher made some bad choices. He went from wearing a business suit to an orange jumpsuit. Chuck has experienced firsthand how easy it is to move from ethical to unethical. Having rebuilt his life — the lessons Chuck learned allow him to share a unique perspective that will raise ethics awareness to a new level. He will share valuable insights and a positive, compelling message.
The Future of the Professions in the Age of COVID-19
February 25, 2021 | 4:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: Daniel Susskind
In this talk, Daniel Susskind will explore the future of the professions in the age of COVID-19. Drawing on his best-selling books, The Future of the Professions (OUP, 2015) and A World Without Work (Allen Lane, 2020), he will set out two futures for the professions. Both rest on technology. One is reassuringly familiar. It is a more efficient version of what we have today. The other is transformational—a gradual replacement of professionals by increasingly capable systems. In an Internet society, the professions will look remarkably different from today, and we will neither need nor want lawyers, doctors, teachers, architects, the clergy, consultants, and many others to work as they did in the twentieth century.
The Good, the Bad, and the Crazy: The Most Intriguing Recent Legal Cases
March 11, 2021 | 4:00 p.m. ET
Speakers: Jennifer Semko
Join us for this legal education session—with a twist. Jennifer Semko returns with a lighthearted take on some of the most interesting recent US legal cases. From noteworthy regulatory rulings to ridiculous lawsuits that somehow made it to court, this session will inform and entertain you and will ensure that you never look at lawyers quite the same way again.
Exploring Unconscious Bias
March 23, 2021 | 4:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: Jonathan Webb
Jonathan Webb, the Chief Executive Officer of the Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs, will discuss implicit bias and how it can affect health care practitioners and regulators.
Promoting Prevention through Practice Advice: A Proactive Approach to Regulation
April 7, 2021 | 4:00 p.m. ET
Speakers: Harvey Aikman, Kathy Arney, Tom Pennington
Protecting the public means more than punishing licensees who have harmed patients. Regulators have a role in preventing harm from taking place. Providing practice advice through educational materials, FAQs, or direct communications can protect the public and help meet your charge as regulators. Learn how three jurisdictions are attempting to prevent harm by providing practice advice.
An Overview of Trauma’s Impact on Boundary Violation Investigations
April 14, 2021 | 4:00 p.m. ET
Speakers: Michael Milnor and Nancy Oglesby
This session will address the challenges and best practices of investigating sexual assault and boundary violations. We will look at how the brain reacts when experiencing trauma and the impact this has on memory, emotions, and behavior. Drawing on this, we will discuss what investigators and fact-finders need to understand in order to best evaluate boundary violation cases. This session will be team taught by a career sexual assault prosecutor and a retired Chief of Police.