§ 10 Legislative Intent
§ 11 Definitions
§ 12 Discrimination and Harassment Prohibited
§ 13 Policies and Guidelines
§ 14 Commissioner’S Responsibilities
§ 15 Reporting by Commissioner
§ 16 Protection of People Who Report Harassment, Bullying or Discrimination
§ 17 Application
§ 18 Severability and Construction

Terms Used In New York Laws > Education > Title 1 > Article 2

  • child born out of wedlock: when used in this article, refers to a child whose father is not its mother's husband. See N.Y. Public Health Law 4135
  • Direct supervision: means a physician must be present in the section of the facility where the procedure is being performed and is not concurrently encumbered by responsibilities that would preclude the physician from responding to a request for assistance within a timeframe that poses no risk to the patient. See N.Y. Public Health Law 3501
  • License: means a license granted and issued by the department under this article to practice radiography, radiation therapy technology or nuclear medicine technology. See N.Y. Public Health Law 3501
  • Radiographer: means a person, other than a licensed practitioner, who is licensed under this article to practice radiography. See N.Y. Public Health Law 3501
  • Radiography: means the use of x-rays or x-ray producing equipment on human beings for diagnostic purposes under the supervision of a licensed practitioner. See N.Y. Public Health Law 3501
  • Radiologic technologist: means a person who is licensed under this article to practice radiography or radiation therapy or nuclear medicine. See N.Y. Public Health Law 3501
  • Radiologic technology: means the practice of radiography, radiation therapy and nuclear medicine technology. See N.Y. Public Health Law 3501
  • Supervision: means the oversight of a licensed radiologic technologist by a licensed practitioner acting within the limits specified in the law under which the practitioner is licensed. See N.Y. Public Health Law 3501
  • X-ray or imaging procedure: means and includes conventional diagnostic x-ray or radiology, computer tomography, angiography, magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound. See N.Y. Public Health Law 3501