(A) The Ohio board of dietetics may, in accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code, refuse to issue, review, or renew, or may suspend, revoke, or impose probationary conditions upon any license or permit to practice dietetics, if the applicant has:
(2) Knowingly made a false statement in his application for licensure or license renewal;
(3) Been convicted of any crime constituting a felony in this or any other state;
(4) Been impaired in his ability to perform as a licensed dietitian due to the use of a controlled substance or alcoholic beverage;
(5) Been convicted of a misdemeanor committed in the course of his work as a dietitian in this or any other state;
(6) A record of incompetent or negligent conduct in his practice of dietetics.
(B) One year or more after the date of suspension or revocation of a license or permit, an application for reinstatement of the license or permit may be made to the board. The board shall grant or deny reinstatement with a hearing, at the request of the applicant, in accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code and may impose conditions upon the reinstatement, including the requirement of passing an examination approved by the board.
Cite as R.C. § 4759.07
History. Effective Date: 07-01-1987