• A Code of Conduct for Indonesia: Problems and Perspectives

      Pelizzo, Riccardo; Ang, Bernice (Oxford University Press, 2008)
      "Previous analyses have shown that the success of ethics reforms such as the adoption of codes of ethics and codes of conduct depends on whether legislators have homogeneous ethical standards. In this paper, we discuss why the DPD (upper chamber) and the DPR (lower chamber) of the Indonesian legislature have decided to enact a code of conduct. The paper also presents the results of a survey that we conducted in the Indonesian legislature. Data analysis reveals that the ethical standards of Indonesian legislators are far from being homogeneous. In the final section of the paper we suggest some of the steps that could be taken to homogenise their ethical views before drafting and implementing the code of conduct."
    • A code of conduct for sports physiotherapists in New Zealand

      Anderson, Lynley.; Cadogan, Angela.; Borich, Michael.; Schneiders, Anthony G. (New Zealand : Sports Medicine New Zealand,, 2014)
      A reprint of the "Sports Physiotherapy Code of Conduct (SPCC)," with permission from Sports Physiotherapy New Zealand, is presented. Topics discussed include the objective of the SPCC, the relationship between the "Aotearoa New Zealand Physiotherapy Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct" and the SPCC, and various commentaries on several topics including good patient care, relationships with patients, and employment structure and relationships.
    • A code of conduct for sports physiotherapists in New Zealand

      L Anderson (7777430); A Cadogan (9858107); M Borich (9858110); Anthony Schneiders (9833147) (2014-01-01)
      A reprint of the "Sports Physiotherapy Code of Conduct (SPCC)," with permission from Sports Physiotherapy New Zealand, is presented. Topics discussed include the objective of the SPCC, the relationship between the "Aotearoa New Zealand Physiotherapy Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct" and the SPCC, and various commentaries on several topics including good patient care, relationships with patients, and employment structure and relationships.
    • A Code of Conduct for Tourists Visiting Qatar for the World Cup 2022

      محمد يحيى مطر (Qatar University Press, 2020-06-01)
      This Code of Conduct for Tourist who are visiting Qatar for the World Cup 2022 covers the fundamental rights and duties that must be observed and implemented such as the right to movement, travel and safety and obtaining the different services relevant to the World Cup matches of 2022. In drafting the Code of Conduct references have been made to a number of prohibitions that the tourist must avoid such as sexual exploitation, human trafficking, sex tourism and sexual harassment. In addition to the prohibition against alcohol consumption or other illegal substances as well as gambling and the infringement of intellectual property rights. The drafting of the Code of Conduct is mainly based on three elements, the first is the statement of the rule of law that governs the relevant relationship, the second is a commentary to interpret and explain such rule of law and the third is various references to the sources that was relied on in stating the rule of law.
    • A Code of Conduct for Tourists Visiting Qatar for the World Cup 2022

      Mohamed Y. Mattar (Qatar University Press, 2020-06-01)
      This Code of Conduct for Tourist who are visiting Qatar for the World Cup 2022 covers the fundamental rights and duties that must be observed and implemented such as the right to movement, travel and safety and obtaining the different services relevant to the World Cup matches of 2022. In drafting the Code of Conduct references have been made to a number of prohibitions that the tourist must avoid such as sexual exploitation, human trafficking, sex tourism and sexual harassment. In addition to the prohibition against alcohol consumption or other illegal substances as well as gambling and the infringement of intellectual property rights. The drafting of the Code of Conduct is mainly based on three elements, the first is the statement of the rule of law that governs the relevant relationship, the second is a commentary to interpret and explain such rule of law and the third is various references to the sources that was relied on in stating the rule of law.
    • A Code of Conduct Is Published for Live Case Demonstrations

      Dehmer, Gregory J (2016-01-09)
      Dr Greg Dehmer discusses the history and development of this new document, in this area of medical teaching.
    • A code of ethics / by Zbigniew Bankowski

      Bankowski, Zbigniew (2012-06-16)
    • A Code of Ethics for Biologists?

      Bryant, John; Baggott la Velle, Linda; Searle, John (2016-01-08)
    • A code of ethics for data-based value creation

      Christen, Markus; Heitz, Christoph; Kleiber, Tom; Loi, Michele (Swiss Alliance for Data-Intensive Services, 2020)
      The “Code of Ethics for Data-Based Value Creation” is aimed at companies and organizations that offer services or products based on data. Its purpose is to systematically address the ethical issues that arise in the creation or use of such products and services. To this end, concrete recommendations are made, based on three ethical and three procedural values and structured by the four main steps of the data life cycle.
    • A Code of Ethics for Dentistry

      Horseman, Robert E. (2016-01-08)
    • A code of ethics for ethicists: what would Pierre Bourdieu say? "Do not misuse social capital in the age of consortia ethics"

      Özdemir, Vural; Kılıç, Hakan; Yıldırım, Arif; Vayena, Effy; Dove, Edward S; Güngör, Kıvanç; LLerena, Adrian; Şardaş, Semra (Taylor & Francis, 2015)
    • A Code of Ethics for European Health Librarians: The Points of Departure

      McSean, Tony; Tsafrir, Jenni (2015-05-05)
      Codes of ethics are a classic mark of a profession, and their preparation is an important part of the work expected of a professional organization. EAHIL has recently embarked on drafting a code for European health librarians. This paper explains the background to EAHIL's decision, and reviews existing codes of ethical practice in the fields of both medicine and library and information work.
    • A Code of Ethics for Evidence-Based Research With Ancient Human Remains

      Kreissl Lonfat, Bettina M; Kaufmann, Ina Maria; Rühli, Frank J (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc., 2015)
    • A code of ethics for health care ethics consultants: Journey to the present and implications for the field

      IU School of Nursing; Tarzian, Anita J.; Wocial, Lucia D. (Taylor and Francis, 2015-09-03)
      For decades a debate has played out in the literature about who bioethicists are, what they do, whether they can be considered professionals qua bioethicists, and, if so, what professional responsibilities they are called to uphold. Health care ethics consultants are bioethicists who work in health care settings. They have been seeking guidance documents that speak to their special relationships/duties toward those they serve. By approving a Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibilities for Health Care Ethics Consultants, the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) has moved the professionalization debate forward in a significant way. This first code of ethics focuses on individuals who provide health care ethics consultation (HCEC) in clinical settings. The evolution of the code's development, implications for the field of HCEC and bioethics, and considerations for future directions are presented here.
    • A Code of Ethics for Jewish Communal Service?

      Berman Jewish Policy Archive; Levy, Charles S. (Jewish Communal Service Association of North America, 2009-04-14)
      The objective for a code of ethics is not merely to restrict practice, but to illuminate, encourage, enable, and inspire ethical practice. The complications of Jewish communal service, and the stakes in its successful implementation for individual Jews and for the Jewish community, require all the help that can be made humanly available. In Journal of Jewish Communal Service, v.54 no.1, Fall 1977.