02-465 C.M.R. ch. 9, § 4 - Inactive Status

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

1. Application and Renewal

A licensee may apply for an inactive status license. A licensee who applies for inactive status during the 6 months prior to expiration of the license must demonstrate compliance with the continuing education requirement set forth in Section 3 of this chapter for the biennium during which application is made. The board may refuse to issue an inactive status license to a licensee who:

A. Is ineligible for renewal of an active license; or
B. Applies for an inactive status license during the 6 months prior to expiration and fails to demonstrate compliance with the continuing education requirement for the biennium during which application is made.
2. Prohibition Against Practice

A licensee may not engage in the practice of radiography, nuclear medicine technology or radiation therapy while in inactive status.

3. Continuing Education

A licensee need not comply with the continuing education requirement contained in Section 3 of this chapter while in inactive status.

4. Renewal of Inactive Status License

A licensee shall renew an inactive status license by:

A. Submitting a renewal application;
B. Remitting the license fee required by Chapter 10, Section 5(33) of the Rules of the Office of Licensing and Registration, entitled Establishment of License Fees; and
C. Providing such other information as the board may require.
5. Reinstatement

A licensee in inactive status may apply to the board for reinstatement to active status. The board, giving due consideration to the length of time the licensee was in inactive status, shall determine:

A. An appropriate amount of continuing education required for reinstatement of the licensee to active status. Continuing education ordered pursuant to this paragraph shall not exceed 24 hours in duration; and
B. Such other requirements and conditions as may be necessary to ensure the competency of the licensee to resume practice.

Notes

02-465 C.M.R. ch. 9, § 4

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