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- Avoid harming clients, but take into account that, the interests of different clients way conflict. The psychologist will need to weigh these interests and the potential harm caused by alternative courses of action or inaction.
- Avoid personal and professional misconduct that night bring the Society or the reputation of the profession into disrepute, recognising that, in particular, convictions for criminal offences that reflect on suitability for practice may be regarded as misconduct by the Society.
- Seek to remain aware of the scientific and professional activities o others with whom they work, with particular attention to the ethical behaviour of employees, assistants, supervisees and students.
NB The above standards are based on the Code of Ethics and Conduct published by BPSin 2006.