Advertising/Specialty Advertising and Clinical Competency Examination Draft Administrative Rules

Advertising/Specialty Advertising and Clinical Competency Examination Draft Administrative Rules

Earlier this year, the Board worked with its general counsel to release an initial draft of the advertising/specialty advertising administrative rules that incorporated the use of disclaimers, based on regulatory models found in other states and legal precedent in this area.  The Board solicited stakeholder feedback on the initial draft of these administrative rules and reviewed that feedback at its meeting on June 24, 2022.  Based on feedback received and a review by general counsel, the Board voted at its June 24, 2022 meeting to release a second draft of the administrative rules that incorporated a two-year full-time residency requirement and to solicit stakeholder feedback.  A second draft of the administrative rules was subsequently released, stakeholder feedback on the draft was solicited, and stakeholder feedback was reviewed at the board meeting on October 21, 2022.  In an effort to ensure ample opportunity for stakeholders to submit feedback, the Board reopened the online stakeholder feedback portal following the October board meeting.   The feedback received will now be reviewed by the Board at its January 13, 2023 board meeting and the draft may be modified accordingly.   

 

Draft Advertising/Specialty Advertising and Clinical Competency Examination Administrative Rules 

When reviewing the draft, please note that anything with an overstrike is currently in rule and being proposed for deletion.  Anything with an underline is not currently in rule and is being proposed as an addition.  Other text is currently in rule and is not being changed.

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Article Last Updated: 12/16/2022 9:12:30 AM