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    Board News

    • Available courses in the online category, up to 3 CME's are awarded by the Board

    • A Criminal History and Records Check (CHRC) is now required for Full New (Initial) License Applicants. See the Full Licensure Application Form for further instructions

    • Nominations for a Vacancy on the Board

    • Maryland Prescription Drug Monitoring Progam: New Law requires providers to REGISTER with and USE PDMP: New Law requires providers to REGISTER with and USE PDMP

    • Alert: New and Immediately Effective CME Regulations

    • Nominations for a Vacancy on the Board

    • Advertising Off Label Use of Lasers For Treating Toenail Fungus
      Pursuant to the Board’s Regulations, advertisements may not include statements containing misrepresentations of facts that are likely to mislead or deceive because in context the statement makes only partial disclosure of relevant facts; and likely to create false or unjustified expectations of favorable results. Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) This applies to devices not FDA approved or cleared for the treatment of toenail fungus, and must contain a statement indicating that the device has not received FDA approval or clearance.

    • Attn: Podiatric Residents, download: Limited License Renewal Form

    • The State of Maryland's Office of the Attorney General has released a booklet on The Growing Problem of Prescription Drug Abuse in Maryland.
      Download Prescription For Disaster Booklet

    • Board Meetings take place at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene [Metro Executive Building], 4201 Patterson Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21215. The Public session begins at 1:00pm and is open to the public. For further information regarding these meetings, or to place an item on the public agenda, please contact the Board office at (410) 764-4785.