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Event Details

Date 2018/02/16
Time 01:30 PM
Recurring
Event status
Handicap access, ADA Contact info: May Ferrer, 808-586-2704
Title Board of Psychology
Location Queen Liliuokalani Conference Room, King Kalakaua Building, 1st Floor, 335 Merchant Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
This event was posted on 02/09/2018 01:53 PM
This event was last updated on 02/09/2018 01:53 PM

BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY
Professional and Vocational Licensing Division
Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
State of Hawaii

AGENDA

Date: Friday, February 16, 2018

Time: 1:30 p.m.

Place: Queen Liliuokalani Conference Room
King Kalakaua Building
335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

 

1. Call to Order

2. Approval of January 19, 2018 Minutes

3. Amendments to Agenda

4. Chairperson's Report

a. Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards ("ASPPB") Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact ("PSYPACT") National Summit, November 7 - 8, 2017, Washington, D.C.

5. Executive Officer's Report

a. Record of Candidates Examined: For the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology ("EPPP")

b. 2018 ASPPB Midyear Meeting, April 12-15, 2018, Savannah, Georgia

c. Discussion on report of general examinee information and pass/fail results for the EPPP; preparation for exam; how institutions maintain standards for curriculum

6. Applications

The Board will enter into Executive Session to consider and evaluate personal information relating to individuals applying for professional or vocational licenses in accordance with Hawaii Revised Statutes §92-5(a)(1), and to consult with the board's attorney on questions and issues pertaining to the board's powers, duties, immunities, and liabilities in accordance with Hawaii Revised Statutes §92-5(a)(4).


a. Examination

i. Dennis Itoga
ii. Diana Pritzgintas

b. Examination Waiver

i. Charlotte Savage

c. Ratifications

i. Senior Psychologist

a. Jennifer Sowle

ii. National Register / Certificate of Professional Qualification in Psychology

a. BethAnne Kapansky Wright
b. Nadia Webb

7. New Business

a. Discussion regarding the requirement for summary of duties for internship and postdoctoral experience verification forms

b. EPPP2 - Latest developments

8. Legislative Matters

a. HB 2734, Relating to Prescriptive Authority for Certain Clinical Psychologists

Authorizes and establishes procedures and criteria for prescriptive authority for clinical psychologists who meet specific education, training, and registration requirements. Requires the Board of Psychology to report to the Legislature prior to the Regular Session of 2022. Sunsets 6/30/2021.

b. SB 2655, Relating to Psychology

Establishes licensure requirements for school psychologists to be administered by the board of psychology. Amends the composition of the board to include two school psychologists.

c. HB 1967, HD1, Relating to Healthcare Preceptor Tax Credits

Allows advanced practice registered nurses, physicians, dentists, psychologists, pharmacists, and social workers to receive tax credits for acting as preceptors in volunteer-based supervised clinical training rotations provided to eligible students that enable the students to obtain an eligible healthcare professional degree or certificate.

d. SB 2298, Relating to Healthcare Preceptor Tax Credits

Allows advanced practice registered nurses, physicians, dentists, and pharmacists to receive tax credits for acting as preceptors in volunteer-based supervised clinical training rotations provided to eligible students that enable the students to obtain an eligible healthcare professional degree or certificate.

e. SB 2496, Relating to Behavior Analysis

Exempts from licensure requirements for behavior analysis certain individuals who implement applied behavior analysis services or plans under the oversight or direction of others. Updates and standardizes the terminology used to refer to behavior analysts.

f. HB 2143, Relating to Behavior Analysis Services

Clarifies the scope of practice of behavior analysis. Clarifies who may provide behavior analysis and applied behavior analysis services regardless of licensure status, including licensed individuals working within an overlapping scope of practice, individuals supervised by a licensed professional of an overlapping scope of practice, and caregivers.

g. HB 2657, HD1, Relating to Behavior Analysis

Clarifies the scope of practice of behavior analysis to mean the practice of applied behavior analysis. Broadens and clarifies the exemption of licensed or credentialed practitioners practicing within their own recognized scopes of practice who are already exempt from the Behavior Analyst Law.

h. HB 1906 & SB 2491, Relating to Health Care Workers

Makes intentionally or knowingly causing bodily injury to a health care worker a Class C felony.

9. Announcements

10. Open Forum

(Public comment on issues not on the agenda, for consideration for Board's agenda at a subsequent meeting.)


11. Next Meeting: Friday, March 23, 2018
1:30 p.m.
King Kalakaua Conference Room
King Kalakaua Building
335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

12. Adjournment

02/09/18

Individuals who require special needs accommodations are invited to call the Board of Psychology at (808) 586-2704 at least 4 working days in advance of the meeting.

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