The BAcC aims to publish within seven days of a decision the names of those members in respect of whom it has investigated allegations and found the allegations to be well founded. It will also publish alongside the finding the section of either the Code of Professional Conduct or Code of Safe Practice of which they were found to be in breach, and the steps (if any) taken by the Committee in respect of the member so named.
Orders imposed by the Committee have been made to:
What the orders mean
This section contains details of acupuncturists whose registration has been suspended pending the investigation or the final determination of a complaint. Any practitioner who is subject to a Suspension Order cannot call themselves a BAcC member during the period of suspension.
This section contains details of acupuncturists who have recently been the subject of a decision by the Professional Conduct Committee and the sanction imposed , together with the paragraph/s of the Code of Professional Conduct (CP) and/ or sections of the Code of Safe Practice (CSP) breached. . The committee has the power to deliver a fine (F), an admonishment (A), impose conditions of practice (CP), suspend the acupuncturist's registration for a set period (S), impose a costs order (C) or permanently remove the acupuncturist's name from the Register (T).
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