§ 29.25. Obligations.
(a) A person who enters the profession, and who is thereby entitled to full professional fellowship, incurs obligations to observe strictly laws that are instituted for the government of the members of the profession, to honor the fraternity as a body and to exalt its standing and extend the bounds of its usefulness.
(b) A podiatrist should guard and protect the podiatry profession against those who are ethically unfit as professional associates. A member of the podiatry profession should expose corrupt or dishonest conduct to the Board.
(c) A podiatrist may not knowingly associate with or engage in the practice of podiatry with an unethical practitioner, or with a practitioner who is in violation of this chapter.
The provisions of this § 29.25 adopted January 1, 1960; amended August 3, 1984, effective August 4, 1984, 14 Pa.B. 2860. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (42063).
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