|(a) A licensee shall:
(1) conform to the generally accepted standards of
care of the profession;
(2) properly evaluate a patient;
(3) protect a patient's privacy, dignity, safety, and
(4) timely transfer a patient's records;
(5) timely refer a patient to another appropriate health
care provider for a condition outside the scope of practice;
(6) timely refer a patient to an appropriate health
care provider when the licensee determines that the patient suffers
from a condition within the scope of practice but requires a diagnosis
or treatment that exceeds the licensee's abilities; and
(7) adequately supervise students and recent graduates.
(b) A licensee may not:
(1) perform or attempt to perform procedures for which
the licensee is untrained;
(2) delegate responsibilities to an untrained individual;
(3) physically harm or allow physical harm to an individual;
(4) abandon a patient without reasonable cause and
adequate notice; or
(5) expose an individual to unsafe or unsanitary conditions.
(c) A licensee who violates this section is subject
to disciplinary action.