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  • regulations
  • Such person must certify in an appropriate manner that he/she has examined the final form of the promotional material and that in his or her belief it is in accordance with the requirements of the applicable codes and the applicable Bulgarian laws and regulations, that is consistent with the SPC and is a fair and truthful presentation of the facts about the promoted medicinal products. (iclg.com)
  • officers
  • SB 655 provides guidance to local code enforcement and other public officers that mold growth is a health and safety concern when it endangers the life, limb, health, property, safety, or welfare of the public or the building's occupants. (gpinspect.com)
  • References
  • References in the Code to "Faculty" include tenured members of the faculty, librarians, and persons whose service to the University may lead to tenure. (indiana.edu)
  • misconduct
  • It's the responsibility of the complainant to provide sufficient evidence of the misconduct for an ethics case to proceed. (aapc.com)
  • 2. Do clear violations of the code of ethics governing the arbitration [constitute] "undue means" and/or "misconduct" that requires the arbitration award be vacated? (blogspot.com)
  • occur
  • When violations are undiscovered over long periods, major damage may occur, leading to layoffs or lost jobs for hundreds of people, among other consequences. (aapc.com)
  • Medical
  • See, for example, the American Medical Association's Code of Medical Ethics . (iit.edu)
  • Each of the following Chapters, meanwhile, provides in-depth guidance on topics morally relevant to medical ethics. (iit.edu)
  • The American Psychiatric Association has here defined Medical Ethics, with annotations especially applicable to psychiatry. (hhri.org)
  • This international code of ethics was the result of the world becoming aware of atrocious medical experiments performed on human beings during WWII without their consent, and often without their knowledge. (ageofautism.com)
  • Therefore, resist the temptation to submit codes that are only implied or that are not documented by medical necessity. (dummies.com)
  • members
  • The name of the member or members who are alleged to have violated AAPC's Code of Ethics. (aapc.com)
  • If a complaint demonstrates a credible, prima facie (evident) violation of AAPC's Code of Ethics, the committee chair will appoint one of the Legal Advisory Board members of the Ethics Committee as the investigating member of the case. (aapc.com)
  • There is a code of ethics for NASW that, in theory, has been studied and understood by all the members of the organization. (blogspot.com)
  • I have completed the training for over 300 California Code Enforcement Officials who are members of the California Association of Code Enforcement Officials state organization. (gpinspect.com)
  • Certified Members are entitled for a free web-site check, searching for unintentional ethical code violation. (usenature.com)
  • chapter
  • This chapter begins our serious discussion of ethics , which is (roughly speaking) the study of "the good," or of "right and wrong. (ucsd.edu)
  • This chapter will clarify the relation between ethics and values, and the nature of ethical theories, and will consider some examples in a bit of detail. (ucsd.edu)
  • applicable
  • Applicable to a significant part of the industry is the Code of Ethics adopted by the "Association of the Research-Based Pharmaceutical Manufacturers in Bulgaria" (ARPharM). (iclg.com)
  • Some of the language has been adjusted in order to make the categories more applicable to ethics codes in general and not simply ethics codes in engineering. (iit.edu)
  • general
  • Of these, the first subsection, in seven parts, is a general statement of the rights and responsibilities of Academic Personnel adapted from the "Statement of Professional Ethics" adopted as policy by the American Association of University Professors in April 1966. (indiana.edu)
  • https
  • Topics and Well Written Essays - 2500 Words", n.d. https://studentshare.org/nursing/1391299-ethics-policy-in-acute-care-setting. (studentshare.org)
  • Topics
  • Here we have collected some articles and reviews, highlighting some basic definition for ethics, in connection with different other topics. (hhri.org)
  • example
  • For an example of how ethics codes be revised or manipulated in order to permit certain activities, see the New York Times summary of the 2015 Hoffman Report . (iit.edu)
  • These coding managers may see modifiers as a tool to increase reimbursement rather than a tool to increase specificity when reporting services, for example, and may challenge the coding of claims when reimbursement is low. (dummies.com)
  • Discipline
  • The concept of "ethics" was introduced by Socrates, and defined as a philosophical discipline by Aristotle. (hhri.org)
  • commitments
  • This code is a statement of ideals, commitments and responsibilities of neurosurgeons to patients, their families, other health professionals, insurers, society and themselves. (aans.org)
  • Generally, a code will begin with broad commitments. (iit.edu)
  • The remaining functions of the code contribute to the development and interpretation of these commitments. (iit.edu)
  • policy
  • Any student with a violation of the Drug Policy while enrolled at the institution may be removed from student housing and / or suspended from the University. (wku.edu)
  • Any student found in violation of the Alcohol Policy three times in any one year period maybe suspended from the University for a minimum of one semester. (wku.edu)
  • service
  • As a client got further and further behind on their service bills we recieved change requests to the effect of 'Increase IncompeTech's dis-service factor by 10 points' The disservice factor represented how many miliseconds after significant portions of code (Database query, Input Processing, Page rendering) we waited before moving on to the next step. (thedailywtf.com)
  • The provisions of this Code apply to persons whose service to the University includes teaching, scholarship, librarianship, and academic administration. (indiana.edu)
  • specific
  • SB 655 amends landlord-tenant law so that landlords are not required to remediate mold unless they have notice of the mold or if the tenant is in violation of specific affirmative obligations. (gpinspect.com)
  • member
  • The AAPC member identification number of the member(s) who committed the alleged violation (if known). (aapc.com)
  • Once that information is received, the investigating member determines whether the information warrants submission of the matter to the Ethics Committee for a hearing. (aapc.com)
  • Breaking any tenet of the code may subject a member to a formal sanction by the AANS. (aans.org)
  • Has published these meta-codes, referring otherwise to the ethical codes of their member associations. (hhri.org)
  • different
  • It turns out that there are many different ways to define ethics, many different theories of ethics, and in fact, many different kinds of theories of ethics, as well as many different application areas. (ucsd.edu)
  • However, the approach taken here is different from that of much of what is usually called ethics. (ucsd.edu)
  • follow
  • 1. Revise the Oregon Code of Professional Responsibility to make it simpler, less vague and easier to follow. (osbar.org)
  • rules
  • RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS Administrative Hearings, Office of Rules Division 1413 Transportation Motor Vehicles, Division of 1413 V. PROPOSED RULES Administration, Department of State Building Commission 1414 - 1416 Environment, Health, and Natural Resources Wildlife Commission 1427 - 1428 Insurance Engineering and Building Codes Division 1416 - 1425 Property and Casualty Division 1426 - 1427 Licensing Board Nursing, Board of 1428 - 1429 State Personnel State Personnel Commission 1429 - 1435 VI. (ncdcr.gov)
  • A true-blue coder respects the rules of coding. (dummies.com)
  • Unfortunately, you may encounter a manager who is less aware of correct coding rules or who, if cognizant of the rules, tends to bend or overlook them. (dummies.com)
  • social
  • In a recent workshop at a conference for social workers, the authors asked participants if they had a copy of the NASW code of ethics at their offices. (blogspot.com)