Australian Natural Therapist Association

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Australian Natural Therapist Association

Australian Natural Therapists Association Limited has adopted this Code of Professional Ethics in order to defend public health and safety, protect the public interest, support the quality practice of Traditional Medicine and Natural Therapies, and promote informed healthcare choices. The Code of Professional Ethics sets the minimum standard for the aspects of conduct and practice for ANTA Accredited Practitioners. The standard is set to ensure that the conduct and professional practice of ANTA Accredited Practitioners is socially responsible, and that it promotes the appropriate, judicious, effective and safe practice of Traditional Medicine and Natural Therapies, and does not mislead or deceive. The Code of Professional Ethics provides the minimum standard for codes of practice and healthcare profession codes of ethics accepted by the Association of ANTA Accredited Practitioners.

ANTA (Australian Natural Therapists Association Limited), the body which governs and represents ANTA Accredited Practitioners of the traditional medicine and natural therapy modality branches approved and adopted by National Council. ANTA Accredited Practitioner means any person who is accredited by the ANTAB and whose membership is subsequently ratified by National Council in the professions of traditional medicine or natural therapies which are approved and adopted by National Council from time to time. ANTAB means the Australian Natural Therapists Accreditation Board, the board that provides a uniform process to accredit practitioners for ratification by National Council to become ANTA Accredited Practitioners.

Adjudication Panel means that Panel which, when activated, adjudicates on complaints, ethics and disciplinary matters, other than those of a legal nature, to do with Members, the Association and any related parties, which cannot be resolved by the Ethical Assessment Panel

Ethical Assessment Panel means that Panel which, when activated, assesses and makes recommendations to National Council on all matters pertaining to ethics, complaints and disciplinary matters against Members of the Association, and the Association.

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