Current as of: 2010
It is a violation of this chapter for a certificate holder to
commit, and the organization may deny an application for a
certificate or discipline a certificate holder for, any of the
(a) Unprofessional conduct, including, but not limited to, denial
of licensure, revocation, suspension, restriction, or any other
disciplinary action against a certificate holder by another state or
territory of the United States, by any other government agency, or by
another California health care professional licensing board. A
certified copy of the decision, order, or judgment shall be
conclusive evidence of these actions.
(b) Procuring a certificate by fraud, misrepresentation, or
(c) Violating or attempting to violate, directly or indirectly, or
assisting in or abetting the violation of, or conspiring to violate,
any provision or term of this chapter or any rule or bylaw adopted
by the organization.
(d) Conviction of any felony, or conviction of a misdemeanor that
is substantially related to the qualifications or duties of a
certificate holder, in which event the record of the conviction shall
be conclusive evidence of the crime.
(e) Impersonating an applicant or acting as a proxy for an
applicant in any examination referred to under this chapter for the
issuance of a certificate.
(f) Impersonating a certified practitioner or therapist, or
permitting or allowing an uncertified person to use a certificate.
(g) Committing any fraudulent, dishonest, or corrupt act that is
substantially related to the qualifications or duties of a
(h) Committing any act punishable as a sexually related crime.
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