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Alabama Physical Therapy Students
Students shall be identified as a physical therapist student or a physical therapist assistant student in a legible manner, when in a clinical affiliation arrangement and will be in contact with patients. This may be achieved by the student wearing the name tag given to them by the educational institution they are enrolled in or by wearing a name tag issued by the clinical institution they are assigned to. The name tag must identify them as a physical therapist student or a physical therapist assistant student.
Ala. Admin. Code r. 700-X-3-.05