§ 29.66. Instructors at education conferences.
(a) Members of the faculties of the approved schools of podiatry shall be deemed qualified to act as instructors at educational conferences in the field in which they give their instruction in the school.
(b) Podiatrists who are licensed to practice in this State or another state, but who are not members of faculties of approved schools of podiatry may be deemed qualified to act as lecturers or instructors by virtue of professional activity and achievement in a particular field. Doctors can be recognized by the Board as qualified to speak on subjects of pertinent value to the profession.
(c) The Board may approve other lecturers or instructors who are not licensed to practice podiatry, provided the Board determines their qualifications to speak upon a subject which will be of value to the profession.
The provisions of this § 29.66 adopted February 22, 1980, effective February 23, 1980, 10 Pa.B. 849.
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