17 Jan 2024
One of the most common queries, concerns, or even complaints raised with the ASDC is advertising within the dermal sector. What can you do to be on the right side of ethical advertising practices.
One of the most common queries, concerns, or even complaints raised with the ASDC is advertising within the dermal sector.
The Australian Society of Dermal Clinicians has published the code of ethical practice and standards of practice for dermal clinicians and therapists. These are valuable resources for anyone providing skin health services, including dermal clinicians, dermal therapists, skin therapists, students, supervisors, educators and policymakers, and those who employ or work with dermal health professionals.
These guidance documents have been developed to clarify some of the areas you may have been struggling to navigate.
Have you read the ASDC blog that outlines some of the more common questions or concerns that can be raised, the do's and don'ts of self-advertising and promotion and how this aligns with the ASDC guidance documents and other legislation?