(1) In order to assist a licensee in determining what actions would constitute unacceptable
conduct under the provisions of KRS 311.595, the licensee may request an opinion of the board by written request submitted to
the secretary; the board may, in its discretion, cause a written response to be made
to each requesting licensee if the request addresses an issue of such public or medical
interest that the board's opinion on the subject is deemed desirable.
(2) In formulating a response to a request, the board may request an opinion from
any concerned medical or osteopathic professional association or society; however,
the board shall not be bound by the supplemental opinion.
(3) The board shall keep a permanent record of all the requests made and the response
thereto; further, the board may publish its opinions.
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