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Ethical practice and professional decision-making
Law and ethics in complementary medicine: A handbook for practitioners in Australia and New Zealand
  • Michael Weir, Bond University
Date of this Version
1-1-2016
Document Type
Book Chapter
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Weir. M. (2016). Ethical practice and professional decision-making. In M. Weir, Law and Ethics in Complementary Medicine: A handbook for practitioners in Australia and New Zealand (pp. 9-78). (5th ed.). Sydney, Australia: Allen & Unwin.

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9781760290467
Abstract

Without an adherence to ethical standards, a practitioner will have little to offer a client. A professional person should be distinguished from a layperson not only by technical knowledge but also by an observance of professional ethics. Healing prospers in an environment where the health professional can be trusted for their technical skill and also for their personal honesty and respect for the client. A concern for ethical standards will help your prac­tice to prosper, and will avoid the negative impact of disciplinary action by a statutory or professional body.

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Michael Weir. "Ethical practice and professional decision-making" 5thSydney, AustraliaLaw and ethics in complementary medicine: A handbook for practitioners in Australia and New Zealand (2016) p. 9 - 78
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_weir/57/