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(a) When determining whether an applicant is in good standing under AS 08.98 and this chapter, the board will consider whether the applicant
(1) has ever received a disciplinary sanction arising from the applicant's practice of veterinary medicine, including a fine, reprimand, license suspension or revocation (except for a license action for nonpayment of license renewal fees), probationary limitation, voluntary surrender of a license in lieu of discipline, or consent agreement containing conditions placed by a veterinary licensing authority on the applicant's professional conduct and practice;
(2) has had federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) privileges that have been restricted or revoked;
(3) is currently under investigation by another veterinary licensing authority for acts that would provide a basis for disciplinary action in this state;
(4) has a physical or mental impairment, or an addiction to, severe dependency on, or habitual overuse of alcohol or other drugs, that impairs the applicant's ability to practice veterinary medicine in a manner consistent with the safety of a patient or the public;
(5) has ever been convicted of a felony;
(6) has ever been convicted of a crime arising from conduct substantially related to the practice of veterinary medicine;
(7) has any pending criminal charges;
(8) is of good moral character.
(b) An applicant must provide information about any administrative, civil, or criminal action listed in (a) of this section in sufficient detail to enable the board to determine the circumstances and seriousness of the conduct, and whether and how it was related to the practice of veterinary medicine. The information required under this subsection must be supplied to the board directly from the appropriate authorities.
History: Eff. 1/1/2000, Register 152
Authority: AS 08.98.050
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