This training may be completed through separate courses or in one combined two-hour course that includes curricula for identifying and reporting child abuse and dependent adult abuse.
"A licensee who regularly provides primary health care to children and adults" means all emergency physicians, family practitioners, general practice physicians, internists, and psychiatrists, and any other physician who regularly provides primary care to children and adults.
She had her office and family room in the basement of their 1974 home in Pleasant Hill, Iowa.
When people contract radon-induced lung cancer they rarely survive. “It seems like people think radon is something they can choose to believe,” said Orcutt.
Radon, typically found in the basement of a house, kills 400 Iowans a year, but the state health department cannot carry out a state law designed to help protect residents from the deadly gas because it doesn’t have any staff to do so.
Hundreds of radon mitigation systems that are supposed to funnel toxic gas out of basements are not getting tested and could be defective. “The law says we’re supposed to do inspections but we can’t because we don’t have the funds to do it,” said Rick Welke, radon program manager at the Iowa Department of Public Health.
Licensing laws that require periodic renewal can also help law enforcement confirm that a gun owner remains eligible to possess firearms, and can facilitate the removal of firearms from people who have become ineligible.
Training and testing requirements in licensing laws are designed to ensure that gun owners understand relevant firearms laws, and know how to safely store and handle firearms.