CMIR Code of Good Practice
The CMIR Code of Conduct and Good Practice is produced to define the expected standards of competence and professionalism for CMIR members, the hygiene and safety standards relating to the practice of Chinese acupuncture and herbal medicine, including the quality of herbs which are used in practice. A registered CMIR member should always maintain good personal conduct and avoid damaging the reputation of the profession. They should discharge their duties and responsibilities to the patients, the profession, the members of other healthcare professional and the public in general with dedication and integrity. They should maintain a high standard of practice by exercising competent professional judgment and by continually striving to improve their knowledge and profession skills.
We promote a safe practice and clinical excellence in Chinese medicine to members. Failure of compliance with the Code of Good Practice criteria may be treated as a breach of the Code of Professional Conduct and subject to investigation under the disciplinary procedures.
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