Or. Admin. R. 848-010-0044 - Grounds for Refusal to License an Applicant
After notice and opportunity for hearing as provided in ORS 688.145, the Board may refuse to license, or may limit or restrict the license of an applicant who:
(1) Is not a person of good moral character as provided in OAR 848-045-0020(2)(i);
(2) Willfully made a false statement on the application;
(3) Failed to disclose requested information or provided false or materially misleading information on the application or during the process of applying for a license or temporary permit;
(4) Has practiced physical therapy without a license or has purported to be a therapist in violation of ORS 688.020;
(5) Has a mental, emotional or physical condition which impairs the applicant's ability or competency to practice physical therapy in a manner consistent with the public health and safety;
(6) Has an addiction to or a dependency on alcohol, legend drugs or controlled substances which impairs the applicant's ability or competency to practice physical therapy in a manner consistent with the public health and safety;
(7) Has been disciplined or had an application for licensure refused by another Oregon state licensing board or out-of-state licensing board for an act which if committed in Oregon would be grounds for discipline under ORS 688.140 or OAR 848-045-0020;
(8) Has been convicted of violating any federal law or state law relating to controlled substances, subject to the provisions of ORS 670.280(2); or
(9) Has been convicted of any crime that is a felony or misdemeanor under the laws of any state or of the United States, subject to the provisions of ORS 670.280(2).
Stat. Auth: ORS 688.160
Stats. Implemented: ORS 688.100
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