Idaho Statutes
pecnv.out

TITLE 54
PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
CHAPTER 55
MIDWIFERY
54-5510.  client protection — unprofessional conduct. [effective until july 1, 2024] A licensed midwife or applicant for licensure, renewal or reinstatement may not:
(1)  Disregard a client’s dignity or right to privacy as to her person, condition, possessions or medical record;
(2)  Breach any legal requirement of confidentiality with respect to a client, unless ordered by a court of law;
(3)  Submit a birth certificate known by the person to be false or fraudulent, or willfully make or file false or incomplete reports or records in the practice of midwifery;
(4)  Fail to provide information sufficient to allow a client to give fully informed consent;
(5)  Engage in the practice of midwifery while impaired because of the use of alcoholic beverages or drugs; and
(6)  Violate any other standards of conduct as determined by the board in rules adopted for the regulation of the practice of midwifery.

History:
[(54-5510) 54-5410, added 2009, ch. 65, sec. 1, p. 183; am. and redesig. 2010, ch. 79, sec. 30, p. 153.]


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