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Understand your professional and legal obligations when advertising

April 25, 2017

Understand your professional and legal obligations when advertising

There are so many people in the cosmetic industry flaunting these advertising guidelines, especially on Instagram with before and after photos. It is good to know that we have a resource from AHPRA to guide and maintain our integrity as health professionals.

The other thing that we see is nurses advertising themselves on websites as nurse practitioners when they are not endorsed as one. Again, AHPRA is very clear that this breach in professional conduct is unacceptable.

In our CPD modules and our Advanced laser & intense pulsed light accreditation course we have a significant section devoted to helping you learn about your professional obligations.






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