ABOUT THIS CONSULTATION
Consultation Period : 15 August 2018 – 28 September 2018
Policy Areas : Regulation of T&CM practitioners
Department : Traditional and Complementary Medicine Division (TCMD), Ministry of Health (MOH), Malaysia
Any interested party, including government and non-governmental organizations, private companies related to traditional and complementary medicine, traditional and complementary medicine practitioners, interested stakeholdres and members of the public.
OBJECTIVE OF THE CONSULTATION
Pursuant to subsection 35 (5) of Traditional and Complementary Medicine Act 2016 [Act 775], the public engagement shall set out the views of the Council in respect of the mandatory practice standards and provide interested parties not less than forty-five days to submit written responses to the Council.
The purpose of Code of Professional Conduct for Traditional and Complementary Medicine Practitioners (CPC) is to provide guidelines to registered practitioners, so that they are always in compliance with professional standards in carrying out their responsibilities.
This online public consultation will assist in assessing whether and how the objective of this CPC may have been achieved. As such, it offers an opportunity for any interested party to contribute by expressing an opinion and supplying useful information.
Code of Professional Conduct (CPC) for T&CM Practitioners (BILINGUAL) - (CLICK HERE)
Traditional and Complementary Medicine Act 2016 [Act 775] (CLICK HERE)
SUBMISSION OF RESPONSE
Comments may be submitted via online response form, email or in writing (Feedback Form); with the heading “Online Public Consultation on Code of Professional Conduct for Traditional and Complementary Medicine Practitioners”, to:
Secretariat of Traditional and Complementary Medicine Council
Traditional and Complementary Medicine Division
Ministry of Health Malaysia
Block E, Cenderasari Road
50590 Kuala Lumpur
ONLINE RESPONSE FORM : CLICK HERE