Kansas State Board of Healing Arts Public Hearing

K.A.R. 100-28b-11. Licensees who direct, supervise, or delegate acts that constitute the independent practice of midwifery; requirements and limitations. 

K.A.R. 100-28b-12. Assessment of patient for identifiable risks. 

K.A.R. 100-28b-19.  Unprofessional conduct. 

The purpose of these proposed regulations is to effectuate the provisions of the Independent Practice of Midwifery Act, K.S.A. 65-28b01, et seq. The proposed regulations outline requirements of licensees who delegate acts that constitute the independent practice of midwifery, the assessment of patients for identifiable risks, and acts that constitute unprofessional conduct. 

Any individual with a disability may request accommodation in order to participate in the public hearing and may request the proposed regulations being considered and the economic impact statement in an accessible format.  Requests for accommodation to participate in the hearing should be made at least five working days in advance of the hearing by contacting Sheila Rice at (785) 296-8558 or at [email protected].  Individuals with hearing and/or speech disabilities may contact the Kansas Relay Center at 800-766-3777 for communication accommodations. Handicapped parking is located on 8th Street and in the building’s parking garage.  From the street, both the west entrance to the building on Jackson Street and the north entrance on 8th Street are accessible.    


Day: 11/30/2022
Start Time: 1:00pm
Anticipated End Time: 1:30pm
The end time listed for this meeting is an approximate length of its likely duration for calendaring purposes only.


Topeka, Kansas
800 SW Jackson, Lower Level, Ste. A

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Courtney Cyzman

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