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  334.665.  Temporary license — fee authorized — expires, when. — 1.  An applicant who has not been previously examined in another jurisdiction and meets the qualifications of subsection 1 of section 334.655 or an applicant applying for reinstatement of an inactive license under a supervised active practice may pay a temporary license fee and submit an agreement-to-supervise form which is signed by the applicant's supervising physical therapist to the board and obtain without examination a nonrenewable temporary license.  Such temporary licensee may only practice under the supervision of a licensed physical therapist.  The supervising physical therapist shall hold an unencumbered license to practice physical therapy in the state of Missouri and shall provide the board proof of active clinical practice in the state of Missouri for a minimum of one year prior to supervising the temporary licensee.  The supervising physical therapist shall not be an immediate family member of the applicant.  The board shall define immediate family member and the scope of such supervision by rule.  The supervising physical therapist for the first-time examinee applicant shall submit to the board a signed notarized form prescribed by the board attesting that the applicant for temporary license shall begin employment at a location in this state within seven days of issuance of the temporary license.  The supervising physical therapist shall notify the board within three days if the temporary licensee's employment ceases.  A licensed physical therapist shall supervise no more than one temporary licensee.

  2.  The temporary license for the first-time examinee applicant shall expire on the date the applicant receives the results of the applicant's initial examination, the date the applicant withdraws from sitting for the examination, the date the board is notified by the supervising physical therapist that the temporary licensee's employment has ceased, or within ninety days of its issuance, whichever occurs first.

  3.  The temporary license for the reinstatement applicant under the supervised active practice shall expire effective one year from the date of issuance.


(L. 1996 H.B. 999, A.L. 2004 S.B. 1122 merged with S.B. 1181, A.L. 2008 S.B. 788)

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