Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 65. Direct-Entry Midwives
Section 170. Exclusions.
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AS 08.65.170. Exclusions.

This chapter does not apply to a person

(1) who is licensed as a physician in this state;

(2) who is licensed as a certified nurse midwife by the Board of Nursing in this state;

(3) who is practicing midwifery on June 26, 1992, and who receives compensation for services if the person's cultural traditions have included, for at least two generations, the attendance of lay midwives at births, and if the person has attended at least 10 births;

(4) whose cultural traditions have included, for at least two generations, the attendance of midwives at births, who accepts compensation for the practice of midwifery if the person has assisted another in at least 10 births and the person assisted is excluded from registration under this section or is a certified direct-entry midwife, physician, nurse midwife, or public health nurse.

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