Allen College is dedicated to preparing you to be a leader in your healthcare field. We are committed to providing an equal opportunity for all students capable of meeting the College's educational obligations; and grant without discrimination, all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.
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Clinical Code of Conduct
Students have the opportunity to work in several clinical settings and with numerous clients during their years as students at Allen College. As professionals, students are expected to keep confidential all information entrusted to them by clients and peers in all clinical settings. Patient information cannot be replicated.
During orientation, students will sign a confidentiality statement. The statement will include information specific to the legal and ethical issues related to confidentiality and will be filed in the students’ academic folder at Allen College. If specific institutions request a copy of the statement, it will be duplicated and sent to the institution.
Students are expected to behave in a professional manner in all clinical settings. Students are responsible for their own behavior. Examples of unacceptable behaviors include, but are not limited to: breach of confidentiality, unsafe practices, falsification of records or documentation of hours, unexcused absences, improper/unethical clinical conduct, or sexual misconduct.
Any student giving evidence of clinical misconduct shall be subject to disciplinary action by Allen College. Disciplinary action shall include, but not be limited to, assignment of a failing grade for submitted work and/or an entire course, reprimand, probation, suspension or dismissal from the institution.
Certain Allen College programs qualify a student for application for licensure, certification, and/or sitting for the registry exam in a profession. Successful completion of a program in no way assures that a graduate will successfully pass a licensure, certification, or registry examination by another agency.