C-16, r. 5.1 - Code of ethics of chiropractors

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53. Chiropractors must, at all times and under any circumstances, subordinate their personal interest to that of their patient. Without restricting the generality of the foregoing, chiropractors are in conflict of interest when the interests concerned are such that they may be influenced to favour certain of them instead of those of their patient or their judgment and loyalty towards the latter may be unfavourably affected.
In all cases in which chiropractors carry on professional activities within a partnership or joint-stock company, situations of conflict of interest are assessed with regard to all patients or clients of persons with whom chiropractors carry on professional activities within the partnership or joint-stock company.
O.C. 163-2013, s. 53.