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The Ethics Committee reviews and recommends revisions to the American College of Preventive Medicine Code of Ethics and other ethics-related documents of the College. It monitors the activities of the College, advises the Board and management on ethical issues confronting the College, and adjudicates complaints regarding Members.

The membership of the American College of Preventive Medicine approved the ACPM Code of Ethics on 10/9/2009.

The Purposes of the Code of the Code of Ethics are to:

  1. elaborate standards of professional ethical conduct with which each member of the College ("PM Physician”) is expected to comply;

  2. encourage preventive medicine residency training programs to teach and emulate the proper conduct of the profession;

  3. provide the College with standards of ethical behavior that are expected as a condition of continuing membership; and

  4. provide the public with a sense of understanding and trust of the level of professionalism they can expect from College members.

To read more about the Code of Ethics; the Due Process Guidelines; the Conflict of Interest Policy; or the ACPM Policy on Corporate Relationship, please click the link(s) below.

If you have any questions/comments about the information presented on this page, please email ethics@acpm.org.


James A. Tacci, MD, JD, MPH, FACPM

Committee Members:

Halley Faust, MD, MPH, FACPM

Hugh Tilson, MD, DrPH, MPH, FACPM

Judith Rubin, MD, MPH, FACPM

Sandra Guerra, MD, MPH, FACPM

Christine Nevin-Woods, MD, MPH, FACPM

Neal Kohatsu, MD, MPH, FACPM

Steve Cersovsky, MD, MPH, FACPM


Benjamin Butz

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