2020 Idaho Code
Title 54 - PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
Chapter 7 - CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE ACT
Section 54-711 - TEMPORARY PRACTICE, REGISTRATION AND PERMIT.

Universal Citation: ID Code § 54-711 (2020)

54-711. TEMPORARY PRACTICE, REGISTRATION AND PERMIT. (1) Any person who has submitted an application to the board for licensure by examination to practice chiropractic in the state of Idaho may register with the board and be granted a permit to practice chiropractic prior to examination and licensure in accordance with board rules upon the following conditions:

(a) The applicant must submit the fee set by board rules and a completed registration application to the board on forms furnished by the board and must affirmatively show that the applicant will take the next scheduled examination for licensure approved by the board and that the applicant has not failed two (2) previous examinations for licensure approved by the board; and

(b) A licensed physician certifies to the board that such applicant will practice chiropractic only under the direct and immediate supervision of such physician and only in the office of such physician.

(2) Any person who has completed the required course of study from an acceptable school of chiropractic, but has not yet graduated, may register with the board and be granted a permit to serve a chiropractic internship in accordance with board rules and upon the following conditions:

(a) The applicant must submit the fee set by board rules and a completed registration application to the board on forms furnished by the board; and

(b) A licensed physician certifies to the board that such applicant will practice chiropractic only under the direct and immediate supervision of such physician and only in the office of such physician.

History:

[54-711, added 1980, ch. 334, sec. 2, p. 868; am. 1987, ch. 144, sec. 3, p. 288; am. 2001, ch. 80, sec. 2, p. 202; am. 2003, ch. 277, sec. 5, p. 745; am. 2017, ch. 26, sec. 5, p. 49.]

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