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49 Pa. Code § 48.79. Mandatory reporting.

§ 48.79. Mandatory reporting.

 (a)  Licensees, supervisors and trainees have a responsibility to report alleged violations of the act or this chapter to the Board. If a licensee has knowledge or reason to suspect that a colleague or other licensee is incompetent, impaired or unethical, the licensee shall report that practitioner to the Board. Licensees shall make these reports in a manner that does not violate a client’s/patient’s right to confidentiality.

 (b)  Licensees shall comply with the mandatory reporting requirements in this chapter, including § §  48.51—48.57 (relating to child abuse reporting requirements).

 (c)  Licensees shall notify the Board within 30 days of changes of name or mailing information to ensure that the Board has the licensee’s current name and mailing address.


   The provisions of this §  48.79 adopted September 17, 2010, effective September 18, 2010, 40 Pa.B. 5320.

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