The British Acupuncture Council sets the highest standards of professional practice for the acupuncture profession in the UK.
Our BAcC Code of Professional Conduct sets out members’ professional obligations and expected standards of professional behaviour, while the BAcC Code of Safe Practice for Acupuncture defines the standards for the safe and hygienic practice of acupuncture.
The BAcC Code of Disciplinary Procedures outlines the process for dealing with complaints against those who are, or have recently been on the membership register of the British Acupuncture Council.
Additionally, the BAcC Standards of Practice for Acupuncture reflect the artistry of professional practice expected of an experienced BAcC Member.
The BAcC Educational Standards represent an agreed core of professional knowledge and understanding, attitudes, values and skills approved by the BAcC, and describe the educational and clinical outcomes required to meet the entry requirements for professional membership.
Code of Safe Practice
The British Acupuncture Council believes patient safety is paramount. All BAcC members are required to meet and maintain the standards for safe acupuncture practice set out in our Code of Safe Practice.
Code of Professional Conduct
The Code of Professional Conduct sets out the high standards of personal and professional conduct required of BAcC members.
Code of Disciplinary Procedures
The Code of Disciplinary Procedures outlines the process for dealing with complaints against those who are, or have recently been on the membership register of the British Acupuncture Council