TBCE Rules Changes

Proposed changes to TBCE Rules

 

PROPOSAL (23) – PROPOSED RULE §76.2
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 01:08 PM
(a) This section applies to an applicant who is the spouse of a person serving on active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States. 
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PROPOSAL (22) – PROPOSED RULE §76.1
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 01:07 PM
(a) An individual who is licensed in another state or foreign country shall be issued a license under the following circumstances: 
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PROPOSAL (21) – PROPOSED RULE §75.6
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 01:06 PM
(a) A licensee who fails to meet the minimum continuing education requirements imposed by §75.5 of this title (relating to Continuing Education) shall have his or her license placed in a probated status for a period of 12 months. Renewal of a license will be issued contingent on compliance with this section. 
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PROPOSAL (20) – PROPOSED RULE §75.4
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 01:05 PM
(a) Each year, on or before a licensee's renewal date, a licensee who is not currently practicing chiropractic in Texas may renew his or her license as provided by §75.2 of this title (relating to Renewal of Chiropractic License) and request, on a form prescribed by the board, that it be placed on inactive status. In order to continue on inactive status and to maintain a valid license, an inactive licensee must renew his or her license and make a new request for inactive status each year. 

(b) If the application is late, the licensee shall be subject to §75.2(h) of this title. A licensee on inactive status is not required to complete continuing education as provided in §75.5 of this title (relating to Continuing Education). 

(c) To place a license on inactive status at a time other than the time of license  renewal, a licensee shall: 
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PROPOSAL (19) – PROPOSED RULE §75.3
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 01:04 PM
(a) A person licensed as a chiropractor in good standing in another state, the District of Columbia, or a territory of the United States may practice chiropractic as defined by the Occupations Code, §201.002 and provide chiropractic services to individuals, groups, or organizations within the State of Texas for a period of time not to exceed 30 days within a calendar year as provided by this section. A person applying for temporary privileges shall apply in writing, to the board, on a form prescribed by the board, at least 14 days prior to the expected working days in Texas. The executive director of the board, at his or her discretion, may accept an application within a lesser time period if the applicant has submitted a full and complete application. The application must include a description of the chiropractic services to be performed and the event, meeting, or function at which the services are to be performed, identification of the persons to be treated, the specific dates the services are to be performed, and documentation of eligibility as provided in subsection (b) of this section. 
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