As an association, RISA’s objectives are as follows:
REGARDING THE ASSOCIATION, EACH MEMBER:
- Actively contributes, through appropriate means, to the realization and promotion of integrative medicine, holistic medicine, and any form of humanistic medicine.
- Facilitates professional exchanges among members.
- Promotes meetings and exchanges between members with similar concerns.
- Seeks the advice of other members regarding patients’ health and treatments when these fall outside the scope of their expertise.
- Brings together diverese skills to meet the expectations of patients.
- Prioritizes and develops the conditions for a local and regional, sustainable, and transparent integrative healthcare.
- Contributes to the integration of newly graduated professionals into the network.
- Reflects on social connection and the importance of this connection among our practices, referring to the dynamics of the cultural identity of our network and balancing personal and professional life.
- Commits to providing, in addition to their CV and motivation letter, proof of their diplomas, certifications, and administrative documents (including practicing rights and liability insurance) upon written application for admission.
- Certifies having read and fully accepted the RISA statutes.
REGARDING PATIENTS, EACH MEMBER AGREES TO:
- Receive them with mutual respect.
- Act with humanity by respecting their fundamental rights, needs, and freedom of choice.
- Listen to conscientiously, taking into account their experiences and environments.
- Respond to patients’ questions when they are within their scope of expertise and ensure the understanding of the patient, as well as that of their loved ones and/or caregivers, if applicable.
- Respect their privacy, modesty, and individual personality, as well as the confidentiality of exchanges and safeguard of their health data within the framework of professional secrecy.
- Promote prevention at the core of their practice.
- Provide them with care as part of their healthcare journey, in collaboration with other healthcare professionals and medico-social actors.
- Refer them to another healthcare professional in case of unavailability or for advice and/or additional care.
- Ensure the relevance of their care.
- Deliver quality care, particularly following the recommended guidelines that they regularly update through continuous education.
- Provide care in compliance with regulations.