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10.43.01.00.htm 10.43.01.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 43 BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS Chapter 01 General Regulations Authority: Health Occupations Article, Title 3, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.43.01.01.htm 10.43.01.01. 01 Rules of Order.. All proceedings of the Board in regular session shall be governed by Robert's Rules of Order..
10.43.01.02.htm 10.43.01.02. 02 Board Officers, Members, and Staff.. A. The Board shall, as the appointing authority, direct the operation of the staff through the executive director.B. Board members may not have monetary, pecuniary, or other interest in the affairs of any:. 1) Staff member; or. 2) Organization engaged in business with the Board, including:. a) Businesses;. b) Enterprises; or. c) Other for-profit organizations.. C. A Board member or Board staff may not serve for compensation as an instr
10.43.01.03.htm 10.43.01.03. 03 Preliminary Educational Qualifications Credits.. Preliminary educational qualifications credits acceptable to the Board are:. A. Certificates or diplomas issued by public and private high schools accredited by the National Council of Secondary Educational Institutions or as recognized by the state or city issuing them.B. Certificates issued by the department of education of the states and possessions of the United States to applicants having 15 or more units to their credit.
10.43.01.04.htm 10.43.01.04. 04 Examination Requirements.. A. The Board shall accept examination results only from the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners for applicants for a chiropractic license, including applicants seeking to practice chiropractic with physical therapy privileges.B. The Board shall set the minimum passing score for each section of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners' examination.C. The Board shall administer a jurisprudence examination at least twice a
10.43.01.05.htm 10.43.01.05. 05 Licenses.. A. Temporary Licenses. The Board may not issue any temporary license to practice chiropractic in Maryland.B. An individual practicing chiropractic without a license shall be prosecuted and subject to penalties as prescribed in Health Occupations Article, Title 3, Subtitle 5, Annotated Code of Maryland.C. The Board shall issue a license only upon an applicant's successful completion of the:.
10.43.01.06.htm 10.43.01.06. 06 Disclosure for Compelling Public Purpose.. A. The Board may find that a compelling public purpose warrants disclosure of information in an application, certification, licensing, or investigative file, regardless of whether there has been a request for the information, if:1) The information concerns possible criminal activity and the disclosure is to a federal, state, or local law enforcement or prosecutorial official or authority;2) The information concerns a possible violation o
10.43.01.9999.htm 10.43.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: February 1, 1969. Regulation .02-1 adopted as an emergency provision effective November 25, 1985 (12:25 Md. R. 2469) emergency status expired May 24, 1986 (Emergency provisions are temporary and not printed in COMAR)Regulation .06 amended effective January 21, 1991 (18:1 Md. R. 30). Regulation .06E amended effective April 27, 1977 (4:9 Md. R. 719). Regulation .08 repealed effective October 24, 1983 (10:21 Md. R. 1902) ―.
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