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Chapter 2. Pupils Subchapter 3. Health and Safety of Pupils Article 4.1. Administering Medication to Pupils or Otherwise Assisting Pupils in the Administration of Medication During the Regular School Day Applicability of this Article   

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Nothing in this article may be interpreted as creating a state-mandated local program or as affecting in any way:

(a) The statutes, regulations, or standards of practice governing any health care professional licensed by the State of California in the carrying out of activities authorized by the license;

(b) The statutes or regulations governing the administration of medication to pupils or otherwise assisting pupils in the administration of medication by individuals who are not licensed health care professionals, other than Section 49423 and subdivision (b) of Section 49423.6 of the Education Code;

(c) The use of emergency epinephrine auto-injectors pursuant to Section 49414 of the Education Code;

(d) The content or implementation of a pupil's individualized education program prepared in accordance with applicable provisions of federal and state law, or a pupil's Section 504 Accommodation Plan prepared in accordance with applicable provisions of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Authority cited:

Education Code 33031

Education Code 49423.6

Reference:

Education Code 49414

Education Code 49423

Education Code 49423.6

Education Code 56000 et. seq.

(Added by Register 2003, No. 47)