Students are expected to uphold the good reputation of SPCNM under all circumstances.
Students’ submitted work must uphold academic integrity and be original, free of plagiarism and correctly referenced.
Students are discouraged from giving any natural medicine advice, treatment or manufacturing of product in a private capacity, while they are enrolled at SPCNM. Should they go ahead in their own capacity, they may not claim any association with SPCNM, nor shall SPCNM take any responsibility for services or products offered.
Student Practitioners shall recognise their obligation towards their Paua Clinic clients at all times, and shall practise to the best of their ability, to prioritise their clients’ comfort, welfare, privacy and future health.
Student Practitioners shall not give advice or treatment to Paua Clinic clients without the approval of a Paua Clinic supervisor.
Student Practitioners shall at all times adhere to the principles and requirements of informed consent and confidentiality.
In accordance with the principles and requirements of privacy and confidentiality all health information and diagnostic findings acquired during consultation, or in the course of professional treatment, shall not be divulged to anyone without the client’s consent, except when required by law, or where failure to take action would constitute a menace or danger to the client or another member of the community.
Student Practitioners shall not give guarantees regarding the results of any treatment.
Student Practitioners shall not denigrate a fellow practitioner’s treatment.
Student Practitioners shall not knowingly interfere with any ongoing treatment instigated by another practitioner, whilst the client is under that practitioner’s care.