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North Dakota Century Code Title 43. Occupations and Professions § 43-46-01. Definitions

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1. “Board” means:

a. The board of registry in podiatry;

b. The state board of chiropractic examiners;

c. The state board of funeral service;

d. The North Dakota board of nursing;

e. The North Dakota state board of optometry;

f. The state board of pharmacy;

g. The North Dakota board of medicine;

h. The North Dakota board of massage therapy;

i. The state examining committee for physical therapists;

j. The state board of dental examiners;

k. The state board of veterinary medical examiners;

l. The North Dakota state board of psychologist examiners;

m. The board of hearing aid specialists;

n. The North Dakota state board of examiners for nursing home administrators;

o. The state board of examiners of audiology and speech pathology;

p. The North Dakota board of athletic trainers;

q. The board of occupational therapy practice;

r. The North Dakota board of social work examiners;

s. The North Dakota state board of respiratory care;

t. The board of dietetic practice;

u. The board of addiction counseling examiners;  and

v. Any health care-related board granted licensing authority by the legislative assembly after July 1, 1989.

2. “Peer assistance entity” means an organization, a program, or a committee or a professional association which is designed to address the issues of alcoholism and other drug dependency and impairment affecting practitioners of the health care professions.

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