May administer medication, where state/ provincial policies do not preclude such action, if qualified to do so or if written instructions are on file which state the purpose of the medication, the conditions under which it may be administered, possible side effects, the physician's name and phone number, and the professional liability if a mistake is made. Special education professionals systematically advance their knowledge and skills in order to maintain a high level of competence and response to the changing needs of persons with exceptionalities by pursuing a program of continuing education including but not limited to participation in such activities as inservice training, professional conferences/ workshops, professional meetings, continuing education courses, and the reading of professional literature. 2. They: * Adopt procedures that protect the rights and welfare of subjects participating in the research. * Interpret and publish research results with accuracy and a high quality of scholarship. * Support a cessation of the use of any research procedure that may result in undesirable consequences for the participant. * Exercise all possible precautions to prevent misapplication or misuse of a research effort, by self or others.
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