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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 68. Nursing
- Section 340. Prohibited Conduct.
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. Punishment For Misdemeanor. [Repealed, Sec. 29 Ch 14 SLA 1982].
AS 08.68.340. Prohibited Conduct.
- (a) It is a class B misdemeanor for a person to
- (1) practice nursing under a diploma, license, or record that is unlawfully obtained, signed, or issued;
- (2) practice or offer to practice nursing without a license, unless the person is practicing within the scope of a
delegation properly made under AS 08.68.405
or is giving necessary aid to the ill, injured, or infirm in an emergency;
- (3) employ as a nurse a person who is not licensed to practice nursing;
- (4) use in connection with the person's name a designation that implies that the person is a licensed nurse unless the
person is licensed;
- (5) practice nursing during the time that the person's license is suspended or revoked;
- (6) practice nursing with knowledge that the person's license has lapsed;
- (7) conduct a nursing education program and represent or imply that it is accredited by the board, unless the program has
been accredited by the board.
- (b) It is a class A misdemeanor for a person to knowingly or intentionally do any of the acts described in (a)(1) - (5)
and (7) of this section.
- (c) It is a violation for a person to practice nursing during the time that the person's license has lapsed if the person
does not know that the license has lapsed.
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