TDLR Health Monitor - The Medical & Health Professions Newsletter from the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation
The TDLR Health Monitor is an e-mailed publication in which we share information about the services we provide for our medical and health programs.
TDLR Health Monitor - August 2018 Edition
Articles in this August 2018 edition of The Health Monitor include an update on the license requirement for behavior analysts; audiologists ability to use the online supervision reporting system; strategic planning for 2019-2023; rule amendments to the mold assessors and remediators program; rule amendments to the orthotists and prosthetists program; updated criminal conviction guidelines; information for dietitians on telehealth practices; call for subject matter experts to join examination committees for podiatry and sanitarians; and upcoming outreach activities.
TDLR Health Monitor - May 2018 Edition
Articles in the third edition of The Health Monitor include an update on the Behavior Analysts program; upcoming changes to the Massage Therapy Exam; rulemaking update for several medical and health programs; TDLR website improvements; and information on outreach activities and upcoming conferences. The issue also includes our regular features "A Closer Look" and "Advisory Board Meeting Calendar."
TDLR Health Monitor - February 2018 Edition
Articles in the second edition of TDLR Health Monitor include What’s New in Podiatry; Online Mold Notifications; Recent Revisions to Midwife Publications; Online Supervision for Speech-Language Pathologists; Verify Your License Online; Coming Soon: Behavior Analysts; TDLR’s Enforcement Process; How to File a Complaint; Finding Disciplinary Actions; and TDLR on YouTube. The issue also includes our regular features: FAQ Spotlight and Upcoming Advisory Board Meetings. This issue was published on February 16, 2018 and you can read it online.
TDLR Health Monitor - November 2017 Edition
The inaugural edition of TDLR Health Monitor covers the transfer to TDLR of 13 medical and health programs from the Department of State Health Services; the transfer of the Podiatry program from the Texas State Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners; Hurricane Harvey Recovery efforts; and new advisory board/committee appointments. The issue also includes our regular features: FAQ Spotlight and Upcoming Advisory Board Meetings. The first issue was published on November 2, 2017 and you can read it online.
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