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(a) Unless authorized to practice audiology under this title or unless otherwise provided for in this article, a person may not represent to the public by title, by description of services, methods, or procedures, or otherwise that the person:
(1) Is authorized to practice audiology in this State; or
(2) Evaluates, examines, directs, instructs, or counsels individuals suffering from disorders or conditions that affect hearing and balance or assists those individuals in the perception of sound.
(b) Unless authorized to practice audiology under this title or unless otherwise provided for in this article, a person may not use, with the intent to represent that the person practices audiology, words or terms, including:
(4) “Aural rehabilitation”;
(5) “Hearing clinic”;
(6) “Hearing clinician”;
(7) “Hearing rehabilitation”; or
(8) “Hearing specialist”.
(c) While performing the duties of that employment, an individual employed by any agency of the federal government may use any of the titles listed in subsection (b) of this section.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Maryland Code, Health Occupations § 2-402 - last updated December 31, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/md/health-occupations/md-code-health-occup-sect-2-402/
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