NASS is aware of its professional and legal responsibilities to its members and supporters, to branches and their members, to healthcare professionals and to society in general.
NASS upholds professional standards of conduct, fulfils diligently its roles and obligations, accepts appropriate responsibility for its actions and seeks to serve the best interests of all those with whom we work.
NASS has adopted policies to ensure that its work falls within the definition of its vision and mission, and to maintain the integrity with which it undertakes those activities.
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