When renewing a license, a licensee shall submit on a renewal application an affirmation of completion of 24 hours of continuing education. The Board may annually and randomly select a minimum of 10% of active licenses for a audit of continuing education and require the following information: ARTICLE 1.
Application for a License by Reciprocity R4-15-204.
From April through December 2002, the Board issued 45 letters of concern; received 103 consumer complaints; and received notice of 127 lawsuits against physicians from the courts.
Adaptive use (also commonly called adaptive reuse) is a term preservationists use when an old or historic structure is given a new use.
This type of house became popular following WWII and is typically used for vacation and second homes, particularly in snowy climates, where its form sheds snow easily.
Features include: a steeply sloping gable roof, front and rear gables, deep-set eaves, large window openings on the front and rear facades, and a small living space.
For a physician, the stress of being investigated or tried by the Board of Medicine is enormous; life as the physician knows it could be over if the Board decides that license revocation is appropriate. In 1996, the Board imposed 13 sanctions, including reprimands, limitations, restrictions, physician oversight, and/or requirements for additional education. In 2003, the Board began noting, in its biannual newsletter, the number of confidential letters of concern it issued in the past six months. New Hampshire Board of Medicine, What Happens During an Investigation? Alligatoring describes a particular way in which exterior paint can fail.Alligatored paint on the exterior of a house is caused by heavily built-up layers of paint that become brittle.