Provide appropriate care and treatment to their patients.
Recognize and work within the limits of practitioner’s competence.
Conduct professional practice, carry obligations and privileges.
Be honest and trustworthy to their patients.
Treat every client politely and considerately.
Never abuse their professional position.
Obtain informed consent for all examination, assessment and treatments from patients.
Keep professional therapist-patient boundary, and with good communication when examining or treating intimate areas, which include, but are not limited to, a patient’s mouth, groyne, pubis, perineum, breast and anus. Special consent has to be obtained.
Listen to patients and show care and respect to them. Responding promptly and constructively to criticism and complaints.
Maintain and develop professional knowledge and skills. Complete 30 hours continue education per year.
Refer to other healthcare professionals to protect patients from risk if needed.
Respect the skills of other healthcare professionals and co-operate with them.
Take full and accurate case histories. Maintain full and accurate clinical notes.
Keep patient information secure and confidential. Respect patients’ dignity, personality and privacy.