3.02.02. A hearing-aid acoustician must avoid any misrepresentation with respect to his level of competence or the efficiency of his own services and of those generally provided by the members of his profession. Similarly, a hearing-aid acoustician must avoid any misrepresentation with respect to the competency or efficiency of the services generally provided by the persons with whom he carries on professional activities within the same partnership or joint-stock company. If the good of the patient so requires he must, with the latter’s authorization, consult another hearing-aid acoustician, a member of another professional order or another competent person, or refer him to one of these persons.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. A-33, r. 2, s. 3.02.02; O.C. 549-2010, s. 3.