A. The dean of a school of osteopathic medicine approved by the American osteopathic association or the chairman of a teaching hospital's accredited graduate medical education program may invite a doctor of osteopathy who is not licensed in this state to demonstrate and perform medical procedures and surgical techniques for the sole purpose of promoting professional education for students, interns, residents, fellows and doctors of osteopathy in this state.
B. The chairman or dean of the inviting institution shall provide to the board evidence that an applicant for an educational permit has malpractice insurance in an amount that meets the requirements of that institution and that the applicant accepts all responsibility and liability for the procedures the applicant performs within the scope of the applicant's permit.
C. In a letter to the board, the chairman or dean of the inviting institution shall outline the procedures and techniques that the doctor of medicine will perform or demonstrate and the dates that this activity will occur. The letter shall also include a summary of the doctor of osteopathy's education and professional background and shall be accompanied by the fee required pursuant to this chapter.
D. The inviting institutions shall submit the fees and documents required pursuant to this section no later than two weeks before the scheduled activity.
E. The board through its staff shall issue an educational teaching permit for not more than five days for each approved activity.