Connecticut General Statutes Title 20. Professional and Occupational Licensing, Certification, General Statutes Title Protection and Registration. Examining Boards

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  • Chapter 369. Healing Arts
  • Chapter 370. Medicine and Surgery
  • Chapter 372. Chiropractic
  • Chapter 373. Naturopathy
  • Chapter 374. Medical Examining Boards
  • Chapter 375. Podiatry
  • Chapter 375A. Athletic Training
  • Chapter 376. Physical Therapists
  • Chapter 376A. Occupational Therapists
  • Chapter 376B. Alcohol and Drug Counselors
  • Chapter 376C. Radiographers, Radiologic Technologists, and Radiologist Assistants and Nuclear Medicine Technologists
  • Chapter 377. Midwifery
  • Chapter 378. Nursing
  • Chapter 378A. Nurse's Aides
  • Chapter 379. Dentistry
  • Chapter 379A. Dental Hygienists
  • Chapter 380. Optometry
  • Chapter 381. Opticians
  • Chapter 381A. Respiratory Care Practitioners
  • Chapter 381B. Perfusionists
  • Chapter 382A. Behavior Analysts
  • Chapter 382B. Central Service Technicians
  • Chapter 383. Psychologists
  • Chapter 383A. Marital and Family Therapists
  • Chapter 383B. Clinical Social Workers and Master Social Workers
  • Chapter 383C. Professional Counselors
  • Chapter 383D. Genetic Counselors
  • Chapter 384. Veterinary Medicine
  • Chapter 384A. Massage Therapists
  • Chapter 384B. Dietician-Nutritionists
  • Chapter 384C. Acupuncturists
  • Chapter 384D. Emergency Medical Services Personnel
  • Chapter 385. Embalmers and Funeral Directors
  • Chapter 386. Barbers
  • Chapter 387. Hairdressers and Cosmeticians
  • Chapter 387A. Tattoo Technicians
  • Chapter 388. Electrologists
  • Chapter 388A. Bulk Water Haulers
  • Chapter 389. Public Accountants
  • Chapter 390. Architects
  • Chapter 391. Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors
  • Chapter 392. Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons
  • Chapter 393. Electricians, Plumbers, Solar, Heating, Piping and Cooling Contractors and Journeymen, Elevator and Fire Protection Sprinkler Craftsmen, Irrigation Contractors and Journeymen, and Gas Hearth Installer Contractors and Journeymen
  • Chapter 393A. Subsurface Sewage Disposal System Installers and Cleaners
  • Chapter 393B. Mechanical Contractor Organizations
  • Chapter 393C. Major Contractors
  • Chapter 394. Television and Radio Service Dealers and Electronics Technicians
  • Chapter 395. Sanitarians
  • Chapter 396. Landscape Architects
  • Chapter 396A. Interior Designers
  • Chapter 397A. Audiologists
  • Chapter 398. Hearing Instrument Specialists
  • Chapter 399. Speech and Language Pathologists
  • Chapter 399A. New Home Construction Contractors
  • Chapter 399B. Swimming Pool Contractors
  • Chapter 400. Home Improvement Contractors
  • Chapter 400A. Asbestos Contractors and Asbestos Consultants
  • Chapter 400B. Community Association Managers
  • Chapter 400C. Lead Abatement Consultants, Contractors and Workers
  • Chapter 400F. Home Inspectors
  • Chapter 400G. Real Estate Appraisers and Appraisal Management Companies
  • Chapter 400H. Public Service Gas Technicians
  • Chapter 400I. Uniform Athlete Agents Act
  • Chapter 400J. Pharmacy
  • Chapter 400K. Industrial Hygiene and Safety Inspectors
  • Chapter 400L. Shorthand Reporters
  • Chapter 400M. Hypnotists
  • Chapter 400O. Homemaker-Companion Agencies
  • Chapter 400P. Locksmiths

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