036-3 Wyo. Code R. § 3-6 - Provisional License

Current through April 9, 2022

The Board may issue a provisional license to:

(a) Any person eligible for licensure, to allow the applicant to practice under the supervision of another midwife, a person licensed under the Medical Practice Act or a certified nurse midwife until the board has the opportunity to act on the person's application for licensure. However, this paragraph shall not apply to any person whose license or certificate is under revocation, suspension, investigation or disciplinary restriction in another state;
(i) A provisional license issued under this paragraph is valid until action is taken on the application.
(b) Pursuant to WS 33-46-103(f)(ii) an applicant shall seek a provisional license while undertaking their practicum.
(i) Practicum is defined as when the supervisor signs off on any clinical requirement necessary under the student's educational program
(ii) A provisional license issued under this paragraph is valid for two (2) years.
(c) Any person licensed or certified in another state with requirements at least as stringent as this state to practice for thirty (30) days to provide education and instruction in midwifery or to act as a locum tenens for a midwife licensed under this act.
(i) A provisional license is not required in order to provide classroom instruction or continuing education that does not involve participation at a birth.


036-3 Wyo. Code R. § 3-6
Adopted, Eff. 10/13/2016.

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