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HOSA-Future Health Professionals Conduct Code

A good reputation enables members to take pride in their organization. HOSA members

have an excellent reputation. Your conduct at any HOSA function should make a positive

contribution to the reputation that has been established.


Your behavior at all times should be such that it reflects credit to

you, your school/college, your state and HOSA.


Member conduct is the responsibility of the local chapter advisor.

Members shall keep their advisors informed of their activities and

whereabouts at all times. HOSA Conference name badges shall

be worn at all times at HOSA functions.


Members are expected to attend all general sessions and other

scheduled conference activities. Please be prompt and show

respect to those in the audience and on stage.


Members are to report any accidents, injuries or illnesses to their

local or state advisor immediately.


Members are expected to observe the designated curfew.

Curfew means that each member must be in their room by the

designated hour.


If a student is responsible for stealing or vandalism, the student

and his/her parents will be expected to pay any and all damages.


Members/delegates attending the International Leadership

Conference may not purchase, consume or be under the

influence of alcohol or drugs at any time. Violators will be subject

to stringent disciplinary action.


The International Leadership Conference is a non-smoking

conference. Smoking is only allowed in hotel designated areas.


Members who disregard the rules will be subject to disciplinary

action and will be sent home at their expense. Parents will be

notified for those underage.

10. Any long distance phone calls, charges to the room, etc. will be

the responsibility of the individual student and/or parents.

11. Members are to abide by the ILC Attire Policy at all business

sessions, general sessions, competitive events and other

Conference activities.

12. As a delegate to the International Leadership Conference,

permission is granted to make photographs, videotapes,

broadcasts, and/or sound recordings, separately or in

combination, available for reproduction for educational and

promotional purposes by National HOSA.


The general sessions should be

enthusiastic but delegates must not be rude or obnoxious to those in

the audience or on stage. It is important to remain seated until the end

of the session. States that do not adhere to general session protocol

will be asked to send a representative to a special meeting of the

National Executive Council.