Guidelines for Professionalism

The Canadian Institute of Auricular Medicine supports the Code of Ethics and Professionalism as stated by the Canadian Medical Association (CMA). CIAM reserves the right to deny and/or revoke CIAM Certification from any student/practitioner who does not conduct him or herself in a professional manner befitting this code. All CIAM-certified practitioners are required to read the CMA Code of Ethics and Professionalism and pledge their agreement to conducting themselves to these guidelines of professionalism. 

In recognition of multi-modal/allied health interests in pledging to the Code, CIAM suggests that “physician(s)” should be understood to represent you and your field of healthcare and/or wellness practice regardless of title.
These guidelines for professionalism are courtesy and copyright of the Canadian Medical Association; and are presented here to promote the non-commercial interests that guide and supersede any business interests — a code of ethics and professionalism in the field.