Standard 6 – Members must interact professionally and ethically with the public, other professionals and agencies
- Members must communicate and cooperate with members of their own profession, other health care providers, and relevant agencies to promote the best interests of their clients.
- Members must not misrepresent their qualifications, industry experience, training and professional affiliations in their interaction with the public, other professionals and agencies. This includes only using titles that honestly and accurately represent their credentials.
- Members should not use the good name of the Society to promote themselves, their services or their products.
- Providing accurate information regarding the nature and management of hearing impairments.
- Adhering to national requirements regarding advertising materials
- Not making any false, misleading or deceptive claims in communications with the public, including advertising materials.
- Members shall not engage in dishonesty, misrepresentation or any form of conduct that adversely affects the public’s perception of the profession.
- Members shall respect, encourage, support and provide fair treatment and working conditions to students, interns, co-workers and employees.