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Utah Code Title 58. Occupations and Professions § 58-61-502. Unprofessional conduct

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(1) As used in this chapter, “unprofessional conduct” includes:

(a) using or employing the services of any individual to assist a licensee in any manner not in accordance with the generally recognized practices, standards, or ethics of the profession for which the individual is licensed, or the laws of the state;

(b) failure to confine practice conduct to those acts or practices:

(i) in which the individual is competent by education, training, and experience within limits of education, training, and experience;  and

(ii) which are within applicable scope of practice laws of this chapter;  and

(c) disclosing or refusing to disclose any confidential communication under Section 58-61-602.

(2) “Unprofessional conduct” under this chapter may be further defined by division rule.

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