Unprofessional conduct shall include, but not be limited to,
(a) Obtaining or
attempting to obtain a license by fraud, misrepresentation, orconcealment of
(b) Violating the
ethics of occupational therapy as set forth by the Georgia Board of
grossly negligent in the practice of occupational therapy or as an occupational
(d) Using drugs
or intoxicating liquors to the extent that these effect the licensee's
Practicing occupational therapy after being adjudged mentally incompetent by a
court of competent jurisdiction;
(f) Being convicted of a crime other than
minor offenses defined as "minor misdemeanors","violations" or "offenses" in
any court if the acts for which he or she was convicted are found by the Board
to have a direct bearing on whether he or she should been trusted to serve the
public in the capacity of an occupational therapist or occupational therapy
(g) Using or holding
yourself out as being able to utilize occupational therapy techniques involving
physical agent modalities when not certified by the Board to use physical agent
(h) Having committed
any other conduct which ordinary and reasonable individuals would consider
(i) Failing to
adhere to the provisions of the 'Consumer Information and Awareness Act' as
codified in O.C.G.A. §
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 671-4-.02
entitled "Unprofessional Conduct Defined" adopted. F. July 15, 1977; eff.
August 4, 1977.
Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F.
Mar. 28, 2006; eff.
Apr. 17, 2006.
Amended: New title "Unprofessional Conduct Defined.
Amended." F. Apr. 6, 2017; eff.
Apr. 26, 2017.