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  • profession
  • A publicly proclaimed code allows a person who is under pressure to act unethically to say: "I am bound by the code of ethics of my profession, which states that…" This provides a level of group cooperation in taking stands on moral issues. (iit.edu)
  • According to the Code of Ethics of the American Medical Assistant, practitioners expect that the honor and principles of the medical profession will be respected and accepted and adhered to by their management sciences. (e-shades.org)
  • Board of Direct
  • The original Code of Ethics was adopted by the GRCA Board of Directors on April 20, 1997, after many drafts, long discussions, review of other national breed clubs' Codes, and consideration of input from the membership. (grca.org)
  • revocation
  • The BCP may impose sanctions upon its members for violations of the standards of the Ethics Code, including revocation of certification status and notification of other bodies and individuals of its actions. (wildapricot.org)
  • comply
  • On most days, journalists should find it reasonable to comply with all of the pieces of a given code. (theibtaurisblog.com)
  • a) You must comply with all relevant legislation, statutory and non-statutory codes and official guidance that will impact on your role in recruitment. (insightpmd.com)
  • Upon employment, each OCA employee is required to certify that he or she has read the Code, understands it and agrees to comply with it. (spiration.com)
  • Furthermore, on an annual basis, all OCA employees are required to successfully complete on-line Ethics training and recertify their understanding and agreement to comply with the Code. (spiration.com)
  • Being credentialed as a CSP commits Psychometrists to comply with the standards of the Ethics Code and to the rules and procedures used to enforce them. (wildapricot.org)
  • Reimbursement
  • Don't unbundle codes for the sake of additional reimbursement and don't choose a procedural code that is "like" the actual service performed. (dummies.com)
  • 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)
  • See this list prepared by Cost Reimbursement for the codes relevant to research and sponsored projects . (umich.edu)
  • consist
  • In Sweden the ethics committees consist of six scientists and six lay members and are chaired by a judge (European Science Foundation). (barnardhealth.us)
  • nurses
  • Every day, nurses deal with matters of ethics and human rights. (waldenu.edu)
  • To help nurses address these often-complicated issues, the American Nurses Association, in partnership with the Center for Ethics and Human Rights, has developed a nursing code of ethics. (waldenu.edu)
  • An international code of ethics for nurses was first adopted by the International Council of Nurses (ICN) in 1953. (studymode.com)
  • The ICN Code of Ethics for Nurses is a guide for action based on social values and needs. (studymode.com)
  • To achieve its purpose the Code must be understood, internalised and used by nurses in all aspects of their work. (studymode.com)
  • compliance
  • The differences however, lie in legislation, where Sweden and most European countries are not by law required to have a code of ethics nor an ethics and compliance programme - as is the case in the US," says Maira Babri. (europeanpharmaceuticalreview.com)
  • Fostering a culture of compliance Accomplishing innovation with integrity Respecting one another Engaging in corporate social responsibility Click the following link to view or download a copy of the Olympus Corporation of the Americas' Code of Ethics . (spiration.com)
  • The Compliance Code for Olympus Corporation of the Americas is summarized in a guide entitled Keeping our Focus: Compliance Summary for Customers and Health Care Professionals (Focus Guide). (spiration.com)
  • The Olympus Compliance Program has been developed based upon published guidance from the U.S. Federal Government, and its foundational elements are also consistent with the AdvaMed Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals (AdvaMed Code). (spiration.com)
  • Ethics and compliance in research covers a broad range of activity from general guidelines about conducting research responsibly to specific regulations governing a type of research (e.g., human subjects research, export controls, conflict of interest). (umich.edu)
  • voluntary
  • A CODE OF ETHICS is a voluntary document that establishes the policies and principles that define the meaning of the institution or sector through guidelines, standards and benchmarks for its proper functioning and to provide more transparency to our actions. (prezi.com)
  • Instead of mandatory review by committees that include lay members, for example, the CIOMS code allows 'voluntary self-regulation by the biomedical community. (barnardhealth.us)
  • context
  • Abstracted from the context of their institutions, reading page after page of these codes seems deafening because of the repetition of the obvious. (caareviews.org)
  • The full Code is in [ref ] but elements are considered below in the context of work performed by Insolvency Practitioners. (docplayer.net)
  • members
  • New members, by their application, agree to abide by and follow the guidelines outlined in the Code of Ethics. (grca.org)
  • Current members, by their annual renewal, reaffirm their agreement to follow the guidelines of this Code. (grca.org)
  • 21. Members in breach of this code risk disciplinary action from the Executive Committee. (ancats.com.au)
  • Additionally, the Code applies to other members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland in respect of insolvency related work in the Republic of Ireland. (docplayer.net)
  • Where Insolvency Practitioners are not subject to another professional Code of Ethics of an Authorising Body, they are expected to apply the fundamental principles to all their professional work Insolvency Practitioners should take steps to ensure that the code is applied to insolvency appointments, or any work that may lead to such an appointment, by the Insolvency Practitioner and all members of the insolvency team. (docplayer.net)
  • principle
  • Ethics codes can be distinguished according to two principle categories: the group enacting the code, and the functions of the code within that group. (iit.edu)
  • The NUJ code features 12 guidelines that range from the somewhat abstract-defend the principle of media freedom-to the pragmatic-seek consent from an appropriate adult when interviewing or photographing a child. (theibtaurisblog.com)
  • circumstances
  • These supplementary guidelines aid in the application and interpretation of codes in certain circumstances. (iit.edu)
  • In all such circumstances, every reasonable effort should be made to parallel as closely as possible the spirit of the most current Code. (grca.org)
  • In such circumstances the RPSGB code of ethics requires that a pharmacist must inform the relevant persons or authorities of this and ensure that patients are referred to alternative providers for the service they require. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Practices
  • SECTORIAL codes: are proper ethical codes of a sector, industry or economic activity (e.g.: the automotive industry , textile , food , construction, development NGOs , etc ...) a) Define and enhance the good concrete practices applicable to that sector , and therefore , focus on the peculiarities of it. (prezi.com)
  • purpose
  • The purpose of this code is to specify the minimum standards of accommodation, management, breeding and care that are appropriate to the physical and behavioural needs of cats housed in a breeding/business environment. (ancats.com.au)
  • The Introduction describes the purpose and scope of application of the Ethics Code. (wildapricot.org)
  • bound
  • All persons applying for any type of membership as outlined in the Australian National cats Inc constitution shall agree to be bound by this Code of Ethics relating to responsible cat ownership including the maintaining, keeping, welfare, breeding, exhibiting, marketing, selling and disposing of cats to the effect of the terms and conditions set out hereunder. (ancats.com.au)