Delaware Chiropractic Continuing Education
Delaware Chiropractic Continuing Education Requirements
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Chiropractor licenses expire on June 30 of even years or on such other date as is specified by the Division of Professional Regulation.
At least 3 credit hours must contain ethics, record-keeping, or risk management.
24 hours of approved CE during each biennial licensing period
Online CE Allowed:
What we can do for you:
We offer a 6 Credit Hour online course package, or you may purchase a course individually!
Completion of the required continuing education (CE) hours is a prerequisite for renewing a license. Licensees shall complete 24 hours of approved CE during each biennial licensing period, except as otherwise provided in these regulations for new licensees.
2.1.1 The deadline for completion of all required CE hours is the license renewal deadline, unless extended or waived pursuant to regulation 2.3. CE hours must be completed and approved by the Board before applying for renewal.
2.1.2 CE hours must be completed within the biennial licensure period for which they are being applied. Only six CE hours can be carried over into a subsequent licensure period.
2.1.3 The same course shall not count more than once during a single licensing period. For courses completed multiple times in one licensing period, credit shall only be given for the first course completion.
2.1.4 Licensees shall retain their CE course attendance documentation for at least two years after the renewal deadline.
2.1.5 At least 3 of the credit hours required for renewal must contain ethics, recordkeeping, or risk management.
2.1.6 The required CE can be taken online or by home study which includes video- or tele-conference, so long as the teaching is live, and the interaction between the instructor and the licensee is interactive and synchronous. Asynchronous education including video replay or on-line courses are limited to 6 hours per renewal period.
2.1.7 Only courses co-sponsored by accredited Chiropractic colleges, national or states organizations are presumptively approved so long as the course relates to the field of Chiropractic. Excepted from this presumptive approval are courses in practice management subjects.
2.1.8 The subject matter of all Continuing Education must contribute directly to the competency of a person licensed to practice as a Chiropractor. The activity must have a significant intellectual or practical content and deal with chiropractic techniques, issues or ethical standards relevant to the practice of chiropractic.
Delaware Chiropractic Continuing Education Package – 6 Credit Hours
6 Credit Hours – Best Deal – $9.99 per Credit
Professional Ethics & Boundaries – 2 Credit Hours
Tumors of the CNS – 2 Credit Hours
Herbal & Supplemental Safety – 2 Credit Hours