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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 85. Board of Medicine

Chapter 20. Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Podiatry, and ChiropracticRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Public Participation Guidelines
Section 21
Current addresses
Section 22
Required fees
Section 25
Treating and prescribing for self or family
Section 26
Patient records
Section 27
Section 28
Practitioner-patient communication; termination of relationship
Section 29
Practitioner responsibility
Section 30
Advertising ethics
Section 40
Vitamins, minerals and food supplements
Section 50
Anabolic steroids
Section 60
Section 80
Solicitation or remuneration in exchange for referral
Section 90
Pharmacotherapy for weight loss
Section 91
Practice and supervision of laser hair removal
Section 100
Sexual contact
Section 105
Refusal to provide information
Section 110
Section 120
Prerequisites to licensure
Section 121
Educational requirements: graduates of approved institutions
Section 122
Educational requirements: graduates and former students of institutions not approved by an accrediting agency recognized by the board
Section 130
Section 131
Requirements to practice acupuncture
Section 140
Examinations, general
Section 141
Licensure by endorsement
Section 150
Section 160
Section 210
Limited licenses to foreign medical graduates
Section 220
Temporary licenses to interns and residents
Section 225
Registration for voluntary practice by out-of-state licenses
Section 226
Restricted volunteer license
Section 230
Renewal of an active license
Section 235
Continued competency requirements for renewal of an active license
Section 236
Inactive license
Section 240
Reinstatement of an inactive or lapsed license
Section 250
Section 270
Section 280
Required information
Section 285
Voluntary information
Section 290
Reporting of medical malpractice judgments and settlements
Section 300
Noncompliance or falsification of profile
Section 310
Section 320
General provisions
Section 330
Qualifications of providers
Section 340
Procedure/anesthesia selection and patient evaluation
Section 350
Informed consent
Section 360
Section 370
Emergency and transfer protocols
Section 380
Discharge policies and procedures
Section 390
Reporting requirements
Section 400
Requirements for immediate-use sterile mixing, diluting, or reconstituting
Section 410
Requirements for low-risk, medium-risk, or high-risk sterile mixing, diluting, or reconstituting
Section 420
Responsibilities of doctors who mix, dilute or reconstitute drugs in their practices
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