OAR 337-030-0002
Unprofessional Conduct

Unprofessional Conduct includes but is not limited to the following:


Engaging in the practice of medical imaging technology while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, controlled substance, or any other drugs which impair consciousness, judgment, or behavior to the extent that normal physical or mental faculties are impaired. For purposes of this definition, a person is “under the influence” of intoxicating liquor if either the person has 0.08 % or above of alcohol in the blood as shown by a chemical analysis of breath or blood or other evidence establishes that the person’s normal physical or mental faculties are impaired after having consumed intoxicating liquor; or


Making or filing false reports or records impeding or obstructing the proper making and filing of reports or records, or failing to file the proper report or record in the practice of medical imaging technology or during the licensure process; or


Accessing, disclosing, misusing or altering information in violation of state and federal law; or


Discrimination in the practice of medical imaging against any person on account of sex, race, religion, creed, color, gender identity or national origin; or


Repeatedly failing to abide by city, state, and federal regulations or laws pertaining to the practice of medical imaging; or
(6) Engaging in sexual harassment or misconduct in the practice of medical imaging or otherwise. Sexual harassment or misconduct includes but is not limited to: comments or gestures of a sexual nature or touching of a person when the recipient states expressly or it can be reasonably inferred, that the comment, gesture or touching is unwanted by the recipient; Physical or verbal behavior that is sexually exploitative or demeaning; seductive commentary or gestures; or


Failing to respond to inquiries by the Board within the time requested; or


Failing to cooperate in investigations conducted under ORS chapter 688; or


Failing to provide competent care to a patient. Competent care requires the technical knowledge, skill, thoroughness, and preparation reasonably necessary for the care; or


Violation of ORS 688.405 (Definitions for ORS 688.405 to 688.605) to 688.605 (Duty to report violation) or any rule of the Board; or


Failure to timely pay any civil penalty imposed by the Board; or


Violation of any order of the Board; or
(13) Failure, assisting or permitting others to fail to protect client confidentiality or manage patient records in accordance with state or federal privacy laws; or
(14) Failure to report pursuant to ORS 676.150 (Duty to report prohibited or unprofessional conduct, arrests and convictions), a known or probable violation of Oregon Statutes or Rules.

Source: Rule 337-030-0002 — Unprofessional Conduct, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=337-030-0002.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 337-030-0002’s source at or​.us