General Statement of Ethical Principles and Guidelines
Journal of American college health : J of ACH 2010 Jul-Aug; 59(1): 61-4
ACHA recognizes that these guidelines are a work in progress and will change as law and professional standards in the field of college health evolve. At this time, ACHA expects that all members actively uphold the principles and guidelines detailed in this document, as guides for conduct in professional activities and situations when breaches in these practices are evident.
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