Kansas Statutes Chapter 65. Public Health § 65-28,100. Temporary license for visiting professor;  designation;  qualifications;  application;  rights conferred;  validity of license;  section supplemental

(a) There is hereby created a designation of visiting professor temporary license which may be issued by the board to a person who holds a degree from an accredited school of medicine or an accredited school of osteopathy;  is licensed to practice medicine and surgery in another state, territory, the District of Columbia or another country;  and is employed by the university of Kansas school of medicine or by a licensed medical care facility which is engaged in the education of medical students, nurses, physicians' assistants or other paramedical personnel, is offering an approved postgraduate program or is engaged in the continuing education of its medical personnel. The chief administrative officer of the university of Kansas school of medicine or of the licensed medical care facility shall apply to the board on behalf of the visiting professor a visiting professor temporary license. The application for a visiting professor temporary license shall be submitted by the chief administrative officer upon forms approved by the board. Such application shall state that the visiting professor is licensed to practice medicine and surgery in another state, territory, the District of Columbia or another country, that the professor is known to be professionally qualified and that no fee will be charged for services of the visiting professor. The visiting professor temporary license shall confer upon the holder the right and privilege to practice medicine and surgery and shall obligate the holder to comply with all requirements of such license. The visiting professor temporary license shall be valid only during the period in which the holder is employed by the university of Kansas school of medicine or by a licensed medical care facility described above, and such license shall be valid only for the practice of medicine and surgery which is required to perform the professorship.

(b) This section shall be a part of and supplemental to the Kansas healing arts act.


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