All RCT registrants are mandated to work to the RCT Code of Professional Conduct to ensure their work and its products do not constitute an unnecessary hazard to any person.
The essence of this code is to respect the rights of everyone they work with, especially patients. The code aims to ensure that the well-being, interests and dignity of patients are promoted and safeguarded at all times by the registrant meeting and following standards of training, professional skills, behaviour and health.
Read the RCT Code of Professional Conduct here.
The RCT Fitness to Practise Procedure describes in detail the steps that will be taken on receipt of a concern about a registrant.
The RCT conforms to the Nolan Principles for Good Conduct in Public Life which includes selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.