The Arizona Revised Statutes have been updated to include the revised sections from the 55th Legislature, 2nd Regular Session. Please note that the next update of this compilation will not take place until after the conclusion of the 56th Legislature, 1st Regular Session, which convenes in January 2023.
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1. Apply to a person while engaged in the practice of recommending hearing aids if such practice is part of the academic curriculum of an accredited institution of higher education or part of a program conducted by a public or charitable institution, or a nonprofit organization which is primarily supported by voluntary contributions unless they sell hearing aids.
2. Apply to any person engaging in the practice of measuring human hearing for the purpose of selection of hearing aids provided that the person or the organization that employs that person does not sell hearing aids or hearing aid accessories.
3. Prevent a health care professional who is licensed or certified under title 32 from acting within the scope of that person's license or certificate.
4. Apply to a person who is credentialed by this state as a teacher of the deaf from acting within the scope of those credentials.
5. Apply to a student, intern or trainee pursuing a course of study in audiology or speech-language pathology in a nationally or regionally accredited institution of higher education or training institution if all of the following are true:
(a) The activities are part of a planned course of study at that institution.
(b) The person is designated by a title that clearly indicates the status appropriate to the person's level of education.
(c) The person works under the supervision of a person who is licensed in this state as an audiologist or a speech-language pathologist.
(d) Before a person receives services from a student or a temporary licensee, the supervising licensee provides written notification of this fact to the patient.
6. Apply to any person certified by the department of health services for the school hearing screening program.