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Subchapter 001 : GENERAL PROVISIONS(Cite as: 26 V.S.A. § 2801)
§ 2801. Definitions
As used in this chapter:
(1) "Director" means the Director of the Office of Professional Regulation.
(2) "Practice of radiologic technology" means the practice of:
(B) nuclear medicine technology; or
(C) radiation therapy.
(3) "Practice of radiography" means the direct application of ionizing radiation to human beings.
(4) "Practice of nuclear medicine technology" means the act of giving a radioactive substance to a human being or the act of performing associated imaging procedures, or both.
(5) "Practice of radiation therapy" means the direct application of ionizing radiation to human beings for therapeutic purposes or the act of performing associated imaging procedures, or both.
(6) "Licensed practitioner" means a person licensed under this title to practice medicine, osteopathy, advanced practice registered nursing, dentistry, podiatry, naturopathic medicine, or chiropractic.
(7) "Financial interest" means being:
(A) a licensed practitioner of radiologic technology;
(B) a person who deals in goods and services that are uniquely related to the practice of radiologic technology; or
(C) a person who has invested anything of value in a business that provides radiologic technology services.
(8) "Unauthorized practice" means conduct prohibited by section 2802 of this chapter and not exempted by section 2803 of this chapter.
(9) "Direct supervision" means that the person being supervised remains in the physical presence of the supervisor at all times.
(10) "General supervision" means that the supervisor is readily available for consultation or intervention on the premises where radiologic technology services are being provided.
(11) "ARRT" means the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
(12) "NMTCB" means the Nuclear Medicine Technologist Certification Board.
(13) "Office" means the Office of Professional Regulation. (Added 1983, No. 230 (Adj. Sess.), § 1; amended 1991, No. 167 (Adj. Sess.), § 40; 1999, No. 52, § 15; 2011, No. 116 (Adj. Sess.), § 38; 2019, No. 30, § 18.)