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32-2091.15 - Committee on behavior analysts; membership; duties; board responsibilities
32-2091.15. Committee on behavior analysts; membership; duties; board responsibilities
A. The committee on behavior analysts is established within the state board of psychologist examiners consisting of five members who are appointed by the governor and who serve at the pleasure of the governor. Each member shall serve for a term of five years beginning and ending on the third Monday in January. A committee member may not serve more than two full consecutive terms.
B. All members of the committee shall be licensed behavior analysts in professional practice, two of whom shall be members of the board. The committee shall annually elect a chairperson from among its membership.
C. Within one year after their initial appointment to the committee, members shall receive at least five hours of training prescribed by the board that includes instruction in ethics and open meeting requirements.
D. Committee members shall receive reimbursement of all expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2.
E. The committee shall make recommendations to the board on all matters relating to the licensing and regulation of behavior analysts. The committee may recommend regulatory changes to the board that are not specific to an individual licensee, but the committee shall obtain public input from behavior analyst licensees or their designated representatives before making any final recommendation to the board.