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    • U.S. Army code of conduct training: let the POWs tell their stories.

      Moakley, Geoffrey S. (Fort Leavenworth, KS : US Army Command and General Staff College,, 1976-06-11)
      The U.S. Army must improve its Code of Conduct training methods. While the code is really a flexible guide to govern POW behavior, the Army teaches the code as if it were an inflexible guide which contains all that the soldier needs to know to survive as a POW. This paper examines the origins and meaning of the Code of Conduct, as well as current Army training procedures, which basically consist of rote memorization of the idealistic phrases and articles of the code. It also examines the experiences of POWs in the Korean and Southeast Asian Wars, and the U-2, RB-47, and Pueblo incidents. This paper concludes that the Army must supplement its idealistic portrayal of the Code of Conduct with the readily available experiences of how former POWs actually implemented the code. More importantly, Code of Conduct instruction must include practical instruction in combating the pressures of interrogation, isolation, depression, suicide, malnutrition, and primitive medicine. This instruction must explain how former POWs overcame the problems associated with escape, torture, resistance, propaganda, communication, and camp organization.
    • U.S. Business Conduct Standards 2006

      Medtronic (Medtronic, Inc., 2006)
      Compliance with these Standards is mandatory for all Customer Interactions. If you are unsure about the legality of a Customer Interaction or if the proposed Customer Interaction is not specifically allowed by these Standards, before entering into it, you must consult with a Medtronic Manager, the Medtronic Business Conduct Officer, Medtronic Legal Counsel or your Business Unit Compliance Officer, if this position exists within your Business Unit. All Employees and all Agents, to the extent relevant to their activities on behalf of Medtronic, must comply with these Standards, the Medtronic Code of Conduct, Medtronic policies and procedures and applicable law, including, for example, the antitrust, securities, FDA, and export control laws, and any policies and procedures adopted by their Business Unit, including policies and procedures that may be more restrictive than these Standards. Standards 1-9 do not apply to relationships with individual patients or to relationships with persons or other entities that are neither in the business of providing health care services nor Affiliated with such entities.
    • UAPPM Policy 3715: Code of Conduct

      University Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual (UNM Digital Repository, 1999-01-01)
      The Code of Conduct applicable to all employees generally within the university, including policies on business ethics, outside activities, and gratuities.
    • Ubicación en ciencias biomédicas de la docencia en deontología, medicina legal y legislación sanitaria

      Motas Guzmán, Miguel (2017)
      Deontology, legal medicine and sanitary legislation teaching, will not achieve some minimum quality levels unless it is taught within the last courses of a degree. The distinctive features of these subjects make it necessary to have some previous knowledge essential for their correct understanding. Equally, their importance and repercussion in the code of ethics of each professional, strongly suggests its location in last courses. We address the damages derived from the location of these subjects in initial courses in biomedical sciences, caused by a forced and biased interpretation of the white paper of the degrees, above any other teaching quality criteria.
    • Ubicación en ciencias biomédicas de la docencia en deontología, medicina legal y legislación sanitaria

      Motas Guzmán, Miguel (Universidad de Sevilla, 2017-05-02)
      La docencia en deontología, medicina legal y legislación sanitaria, no puede desarrollarse con unos mínimos de calidad si no está ubicada en los últimos años de grado o licenciatura. Sus especiales connotaciones le hacen precisar de unos conocimientos previos imprescindibles para su correcto
 entendimiento. A su vez su importancia y repercusión en el código deontológico de cada profesional, sugieren encarecidamente su ubicación en últimos cursos. Se abordan los perjuicios derivados de la ubicación de esta materia en cursos iniciales de ciencias biomédicas, por una interpretación forzada y sesgada del libro blanco de las titulaciones, por encima de criterios de calidad docente.
    • UCU 102 Ethics and Professional Conduct

      MUA, Exams Department (2016-08)
    • Uganda code of judicial conduct

      Dennison, D. Brian; Tibihikirra-Kalyegira, Pamela (, 2014)
      RECOGNISING THAT the Uganda Courts of Judicature are established by the Constitution to exercise judicial power in the name of the people of Uganda in conformity with law and with the values, norms and aspirations of the people, and are enjoined to administer substantive justice impartially and expeditiously;