The North Carolina State Board of Examiners in Optometry shall have the power to make necessary bylaws and regulations, not inconsistent with the provisions of this Article, regarding any matter referred to in this Article and for the purpose of facilitating the transaction of business by the said Board. (1973, c. 800, s. 6.) � 90-118.� Examination and licensing of applicants; qualifications; causes for refusal to grant license; void licenses; educational requirements for prescription and use of pharmaceutical agents. (a)������� The North Carolina State Board of Examiners in Optometry shall grant licenses to practice optometry to such applicants who are graduates of an accredited optometric institution, who, in the opinion of a majority of the Board, shall undergo a satisfactory examination of proficiency in the knowledge and practice of optometry, subject, however, to the further provisions of this section and to the provisions of this Article. (b)������� The applicant shall be of good moral character and at least 18 years of age at the time the application for examination is filed.� The application shall be made to the said Board in writing and shall be accompanied by evidence satisfactory to said Board that the applicant is a person of good moral character; has an academic education, the standard of which shall be determined by the said Board; and that he is a graduate of and has a diploma from an accredited optometric college or the optometric department of an accredited university or college recognized and approved as such by the said Board. (c)������� The North Carolina State Board of Examiners in Optometry is authorized to conduct both written or oral and clinical examinations of such character as to thoroughly test the qualifications of the applicant, and may refuse to grant a license to any person who, in its discretion, is found deficient in said examination, or to any person guilty of cheating, deception, or fraud during such examination, or whose examination discloses, to the satisfaction of the Board, a deficiency in academic education.� The Board may employ such optometrists found qualified therefor by the Board in examining applicants for licenses as it deems appropriate. (d)������ Any license obtained through fraud or by any false representation shall be void ab initio and of no effect. (e)������� The Board shall not license any person to practice optometry in the State of North Carolina beyond the scope of the person's educational training as determined by the Board.
Our programs are designed to help you acquire and utilize knowledge and skills within a Christian perspective that will enable you to become a professional practitioner with a commitment to life-long learning, as well as support ethically grounded practices in both the administration and delivery of health care services. The School of Physician Assistant Studies has received full accreditation from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) through September 2017.
S., s. 6697; 1935, c. 63; 1953, c. 189; c. 1041, s. 12; 1955, c. 996; 1973, c. 800, s. 24; 1993, c. 539, s. 629; 1994, Ex. Any person obtaining a license from the Board of Chiropractic Examiners shall have the right to practice the science known as chiropractic, in accordance with the method, thought, and practice of chiropractors, as taught in recognized chiropractic schools and colleges, but shall not prescribe for or administer to any person any medicine or drugs, nor practice osteopathy or surgery. (1917, c. 73, s. 12; C.
Special impaired dentist peer review organizations shall have the authority to appoint to the organizations, upon the recommendation of the dental hygienist member of the Board, one additional member who is a licensed dental hygienist and the member shall participate in activities and programs as they relate to impaired dental hygienists. Day to day basis to bear the responsibility of separating the wheat from the. Attendance to one session is required for registration in NA 1 & NA 2 classes.
The Board shall within 20 days of receipt of such request notify such applicant of the time and place of a public hearing, which shall be held within a reasonable time. Openings in this field range from physical therapy jobs to medical assistant jobs. Education Requirements: Physician assistants are required to complete accredited training programs and pass the national certification exam. Allied Health schools in North Carolina can help an aspiring allied health professional gain the skills and comprehension necessary for a successful career.
How often should you check in and ask him if everything is okay? Sess., 1994), c. 689, s. 4.) � 90-403.� Reserved for future codification purposes. � 90-404.� Reserved for future codification purposes. The supervising physician may delegate to the physician assistant any medical procedures or tasks for which the physician assistant is appropriately trained and qualified to perform and that are routinely performed within the normal scope of the physician's practice.
They often interact with patients who may be in pain or in distress, so they need to be able to act in a calm and professional manner. Sess., c. 24, s. 14(c).) � 90-220.13.� Selection of donors; due care required. If you have an interest in pursuing a career in research, our unique Community Education Project provides a great way to gain the kind of experience vital to entering into a research career in the public or private sector. The applicant is held responsible for knowing program prerequisites and requirements.
Pharmacies may ship medications for home use by patients with renal failure to renal dialysis facilities for delivery to (i) patients who receive dialysis treatments in a Medicare certified dialysis facility or (ii) patients who self-dialyze at home, provided that all of the following criteria are met: (1)������� The patient authorizes, in writing, the dialysis facility staff to act as the patient's designated agent for the purpose of receiving mailed medical packages at the dialysis facility. (2)������� The pharmacy, whether in-state or out-of-state, is licensed as a pharmacy in North Carolina. (3)������� The medications for home use are dispensed by the licensed pharmacist pursuant to a valid prescription order. (4)������� The delivered medication packages are held in a secure location in an area not accessible to the public and delivered by the dialysis facility staff, unopened, to the patient. (5)������� Medication packages are individually labeled with the patient name. (6)������� The medications exclude controlled substances, as defined under G.
Please review requirements for eligibility to take the examination in Louisiana or other states in which you may wish to take the examination and/or practice as a licensed registered nurse. The instructor of the course to which a person is assigned shall report any failure of a person to complete successfully the program of instruction to the court which imposed probation. Undergraduate scholarships can cover as much as 50% of your tuition, and there is no need to fill out a separate application!
S. 150B-3(c), may order the summary suspension of the perfusionist's license. (b)������� The provisions of this section shall not apply to perfusionists who were licensed under Section 2 of S. Any person who desires to be licensed under this Article and who: (1)������� Is of good moral character; (2)������� If an applicant for physical therapy licensure, has been graduated from a physical therapy program accredited by an agency recognized by either the U.