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10.53.06.00.htm 10.53.06.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 53 BOARD OF NURSING ― ELECTROLOGY PRACTICE COMMITTEE Chapter 06 Electrology Programs Authority: Health Occupations Article, §8-205 and 8-6B-01―8-6B-29, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.53.06.01.htm 10.53.06.01. 01 Application for Approval.. A. An institution shall be approved by the Board before initiating an electrology program.. B. An institution seeking approval of an educational program shall submit to the Board:. 1) A completed application on a form required by the Board;. 2) A copy of the curriculum and course outline:. a) Describing how the program meets the requirements of Regulations .04 and .05 of this chapter; and. b) Providing for at least 600 hours of instruction;.
10.53.06.02.htm 10.53.06.02. 02 Enrollment.. At the time of enrollment, an institution shall:. A. Provide each student with a copy of the Maryland Electrologists Act and the regulations under this subtitle;B. Provide each student with a copy of the course outline;. C. Require the student to provide evidence of an eye examination and successful correction of any visual deficiency; andD. Have available a sufficient supply of approved textbooks..
10.53.06.03.htm 10.53.06.03. 03 Theory Program.. A. A theory program shall:. 1) Be taught by a licensed electrology instructor;. 2) Consist of at least 200 hours; and. 3) Administer the theoretical study in not less than five sessions consisting of not more than 6 hours in each of the following subjects:a) Introduction, which shall include:. i) The history and definition of electrology; and. ii) State laws and regulations governing the practice of electrology and requirements for licensure;.
10.53.06.04.htm 10.53.06.04. 04 Clinical Program.. A. A clinical program shall:. 1) Be taught by a licensed electrology instructor;. 2) Consist of at least 400 hours;. 3) Administer the clinical training in a semester consisting of not less than 3 months; and. 4) Ensure that each day of clinical study consists of not more than:. a) 6 hours of training; or. b) 2 hours of training if on the same day as theory instruction.. B. There shall be at least one licensed instructor in attendance at all tim
10.53.06.05.htm 10.53.06.05. 05 Physical Facilities and Equipment.. A. A facility shall be sufficient to accommodate the student body, lecturers, and clinical demonstrations.B. A facility shall be adequately lighted, well-ventilated, and in sanitary condition at all times.. C. A sink with hot and cold running water shall be in or adjoining each treatment room for proper hand washing.D. Epilators (electrolysis, thermolysis, and the blend) shall be of the type approved by the FCC and registered with the FDA.
10.53.06.06.htm 10.53.06.06. 06 Student Clinical Practice.. A. Before a student renders treatment, a patient shall be required to sign an informed consent agreement.B. Clinical services may be performed by students only:. 1) Within the facility; and. 2) Under the direct supervision of a licensed instructor.. C. A facility may charge a fee for treatment rendered by a student to cover the cost of supplies only.D. Members of the Committee shall be permitted to inspect the facility at any time..
10.53.06.07.htm 10.53.06.07. 07 Reporting.. A. A facility shall:. 1) Keep a record of each student's:. a) Application;. b) Current address and telephone number;. c) Date of enrollment;. d) Attendance; and. e) Number of hours completed; and. 2) Make the record available to the Board at the Board's request.. B. At the end of each course, the program shall submit a report to the Board on a form required by the Board.C. A program shall submit to the Board for approval any changes made to an approved program..
10.53.06.08.htm 10.53.06.08. 08 Violations.. The Board may remove approval from an electrology program if the program:. A. Is guilty of fraud or deceit in obtaining or attempting to obtain approval;. B. Acts in a manner inconsistent with generally accepted standards for the practice of electrology;. C. Advertises in a manner that the Board determines violates Health Occupations Article, §8-6B-23, Annotated Code of Maryland;D. Violates the standards set under Health Occupations Article, §8-6B-23, A
10.53.06.9999.htm 10.53.06.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 16, 1984 (11:1 Md. R. 44). Regulation .01B―D amended and .01G―J adopted effective August 5, 1991 (18:15 Md. R. 1727). Regulation .01K adopted effective March 14, 1994 (21:5 Md. R. 404) ―. Regulation .01, Sterilization Procedures, repealed and new Regulations .01―08 adopted under new chapter, Electrology Programs, effective June 20, 2005 (32:12 Md. R. 1047)
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