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54-3510.  grounds for discipline. The board, in accordance with the requirements of chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code, may, upon recommendation of the allied health advisory board, refuse to issue a license or permit, refuse to renew a license or permit, or may suspend, restrict or revoke a license or permit, under such conditions as the board may determine, if the licensee, permittee or applicant for license:
(1)  Has been convicted of, or has entered a plea of guilty to, or been found guilty of, the commission of a crime that is deemed relevant in accordance with section 67-9411(1), Idaho Code;
(2)  Obtained a license or permit pursuant to this chapter by means of fraud, misrepresentation or concealment of material facts;
(3)  Practiced dietetics under a false or an assumed name in this or any other state;
(4)  Knowingly aided or abetted the unlicensed practice of dietetics;
(5)  Engaged in the practice of dietetics in a manner that does not meet the generally accepted standards for the practice of dietetics within the state of Idaho;
(6)  Divided fees or gifts or agreed to split or divide fees or gifts received for professional services with any person, institution or corporation in exchange for a referral;
(7)  Failed to maintain the confidentiality of medical records or other medical information pertaining to identifiable patients, except as required or authorized by law;
(8)  Engaged in any conduct that constitutes an abuse or exploitation of a patient arising out of the trust and confidence placed in the dietitian by the patient;
(9)  Failed to supervise the activities of a provisionally licensed dietitian;
(10) Continued to practice as a dietitian when a license pursuant to this chapter was suspended, revoked or inactive;
(11) Practiced as a dietitian in violation of a voluntary restriction or terms of probation pursuant to this chapter;
(12) Continued to practice as a dietitian when registration by the CDR or its successor organization was not renewed or was suspended or revoked; or
(13) Failed to comply with a board order.

[54-3510, added 1994, ch. 217, sec. 1, p. 678; am. 2017, ch. 294, sec. 10, p. 782; am. 2020, ch. 175, sec. 31, p. 537; am. 2024, ch. 61, sec. 9, p. 293.]

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