Kan. Admin. Regs. § 65-4-4 - Notice to board

A licensee shall provide notice to the board in writing within 20 days of the following:

(a) the licensee's conviction of a felony, whether or not related to the practice of optometry;
(b) the revocation, suspension or limitation of a licensee's license to practice optometry in another state, territory, nation or the District of Columbia;
(c) the censure of the licensee by the proper licensing authority of another state, territory, nation or the District of Columbia;
(d) a finding by a court of competent jurisdiction that the licensee is mentally ill, disabled, not guilty by reason of insanity or incompetent to stand trial;
(e) sanctions or disciplinary actions taken against the licensee by a peer review committee, medical care facility or professional association or society;
(f) adverse action for acts or conduct similar to acts or conduct which would constitute grounds for disciplinary action under the optometry law taken against the licensee by another state or licensing jurisdiction, a peer review body, a medical care facility, a professional association or society, a governmental agency, by a law enforcement agency or a court;
(g) surrender of the licensee's license or authorization to practice optometry in another state or jurisdiction or surrender of the licensee's membership on any professional staff or in any professional association or society;
(h) an adverse judgment, award or settlement against the licensee resulting from a medical liability claim.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 65-4-4
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 74-1504(a)(6); effective May 18, 1992; amended June 7, 1993.

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