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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : CJA June 2012
Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 42 Number 2 June 2012 53 Section 8 Recency of practice totaling 1000 hours within the preceding 5 years of practice. Failure to meet the above requirement requires a demonstration of competency. C N N C C C C Section 8 English language requirement of secondary education certifcate or evidence of relative competency. N N N N N N N Section 9 Professional boundaries including sexual, exploitative or otherwise inappropriate relationships. This includes persons close to a patient. N P C C C P C Section 9 Obligation to report to the board if charged or convicted respectively for offences punishable by imprisonment, and practitioners of notifable conduct. N C P P P P N Section 9 Professional Indemnity Insurance of $10, 000, 000 including run off cover following any period of practice for at least 7 years C P C N N C C Section 9 Use of the Dr title associated with area of expertise and qualifcation C N N C C C C Section 9 Use of testimonials within advertisements. C N N C C C C Section 9 Remaining advertising regulations prohibiting false or misleading information, discounts or inducement without terms and conditions, unreasonable expectations, encouragement of unnecessary use of health services, and time limited offers. P N C P P P C Section 9 Confict of professional or fnancial interest. P N C C C C C Section 12 Ethics approval required for chiropractic research. N C C C N N N Appendix 1 Spinal screening requirements including permits, differentiation between overview and physical examination, prohibition of obtaining contact information or making appointments on site, and no fees. P N N C P N P Appendix 2 Radiology requirements including justifcation, optimization, and dose limits. N N N C C C N Appendix 3 Ongoing care requirements including measurable outcomes, a time frame, and plans for review. C N P C C N C Table 1 depicts the similarities and differences between the national Code of Conduct and the previous individual state and territory Codes of Conduct. The accompanying fact sheets and guidelines were also taken into account as current from February 2011.11, 13-45 CHIROPRACTIC CODE OF CONDUCT SURVEY FITZGERALD • BURRELL • BULL
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