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

Chapter 80. Regulations Governing the Practice of Occupational TherapyRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Public participation
Section 25
Current name and address
Section 26
Section 30
Section 35
Application requirements
Section 40
Educational requirements
Section 45
Practice by a graduate awaiting examination results
Section 50
Examination requirements
Section 60
Practice requirements
Section 61
Section 65
Registration for voluntary practice by out-of-state licensees
Section 70
Biennial renewal of licensure
Section 71
Continued competency requirements for renewal of an active license
Section 72
Inactive licensure
Section 73
Restricted volunteer license
Section 80
Section 90
General responsibilities
Section 100
Individual responsibilities
Section 110
Supervisory responsibilities of an occupational therapist
Section 111
Supervision of unlicensed occupational therapy personnel
Section 120
Section 130
Section 140
Patient records
Section 150
Practitioner-patient communication; termination of relationship
Section 160
Practitioner responsibility
Section 170
Sexual contact
Section 180
Refusal to provide information
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