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Given its mission, the Colorado Academy of Audiology has adopted a code of ethics to guide its board members and committee members in their conduct when acting on behalf of the Colorado Academy of Audiology. The code contains broad principles reflecting the types of behavior the Colorado Academy of Audiology expects towards members, donors, manufacturers, donors, peers and the public. This policy is not intended as a stand-alone policy. It does not embody the totality of the Colorado Academy of Audiology ethical standards, nor does it answer every ethical question or issue that might arise. Rather, it is one element of the broader effort to create and maintain a quality organization that gives ethical conduct the highest priority. This code will be revised periodically. Board members and committee members should:
  1. Listen to our stakeholders and make all reasonable efforts to satisfy their needs and concerns within the scope of our mission, and to strive for excellence and innovation and demonstrate professional respect and responsiveness to members, manufacturers, donors and others
  2. Board members and committee members will treat each other with professional courtesy and respect in all forms of communication and discourse
  3. Make an effort to understand, respect and support our members from other cultures, exemplified by the contributions of our Board of Directors and committee members, and to contribute to an organizational culture that respects the diverse, individual contributions of staff and leadership
  4. Respect the confidentiality of sensitive information about the Colorado Academy of Audiology, its members, constituents, donors, manufacturers and Board of Directors
  5. Comply with applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and fiduciary responsibilities in an effort to create transparency in all of our operations
  6. For the Board of Directors, provide credible and effective oversight of the organization’s work without personal bias
  7. Not accept gifts, commissions, payments, loans, promises of future benefits or other items of value from anyone who has or may seek some benefit from the Colorado Academy of Audiology in return, other than occasional gifts (not to exceed $50 value) that are in keeping with good business ethics
  8. Abide by the governing documents and policies of the Colorado Academy of Audiology
  9. Be accountable for adhering to this Code of Ethics
  10. Implement and follow a Conflict of Interest Policy
  11. Implement and follow a Whistleblower Policy
  12. Act at all times in accordance with the highest ethical standards and in the best interest of the Colorado Academy of Audiology, its members, constituents, manufacturers, donors and reputation
  13. Openly and honestly tell the truth
  14. Honor our commitments and promises to the best of our abilities
  15. Appropriately acknowledge contributions from other individuals and  organizations who help facilitate our goals
  16. Not be deceptive in our fundraising activities or in prospecting for new members to join the Colorado Academy of Audiology
Compliance, Monitoring and Reporting: The Colorado Academy of Audiology Board of Directors is responsible for communicating this Code of Ethics to all members of the Academy of Audiology and for ensuring its adherence at all times.