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32-1835 - Specialty certification; prohibited requirement for licensure; definition
32-1835. Specialty certification; prohibited requirement for licensure; definition
A. The board may not require an applicant for licensure pursuant to this article to hold or maintain a specialty certification as a condition of licensure in this state. This subsection does not prohibit the board from considering an applicant's specialty certification as a factor in whether to grant a license to the applicant.
B. For the purposes of this section, "specialty certification" means certification by a board that specializes in one particular area of medicine and that may require examinations in addition to those required by this state to be licensed to practice medicine.