OAR 847-080-0030
Denial of License


No applicant is entitled to a podiatry license who:


Has failed an examination for licensure in the State of Oregon;


Has had a license revoked or suspended in this or any other state or country unless the said license has been restored or reinstated and the applicant’s license is in good standing in the state or country which had revoked the same;


Has been refused a license or certificate in any other state or country on any grounds other than failure in a podiatric licensure examination;


Has been guilty of conduct similar to that which would be prohibited by or to which ORS 677.190 (Grounds for suspending, revoking or refusing to grant license, registration or certification) would apply; or


Has been guilty of cheating or subverting the podiatric licensing examination process. Podiatric licensing examination means any examination given by the Board, other states, or national testing organization, to an applicant for registration, certification or licensure under this act. Evidence of cheating or subverting includes, but is not limited to:


Copying answers from another examinee or permitting one’s answers to be copied by another examinee during the examination;


Having in one’s possession during the examination any books, notes, written or printed materials or data of any kind, other than examination materials distributed by Board staff, which could facilitate the applicant in completing the examination;


Communicating with any other examinee during the administration of the examination;


Removing from the examining room any examination materials;


Photographing or otherwise reproducing examination materials.
(2) An applicant whose application has been denied may submit a new application for licensure two years after the date of denial.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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