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So, be strategic.....get your 12 Hours of QME recertification credits (DISTANCE LEARNING) with EZ CONTINUING EDUCATION.org AND, satisfy 12 hours of Board of Chiropractic Examiners credits at the same time.
- 361 (C) Continuing Education Requirements:
- For license renewals that expire on or after June 8, 2013, a maximum of twelve (12) continuing education hours may be completed through distance learning....
All Programs include
1) Written notes and references, 2) Audio or video lecture, 3) Course
Benefits of these Program Format options - compared to other online Programs - include:
preferred learning style, whether listening to lecture in your car,
watching the videos on your smart TV, watching the narrated PowerPoint presentation on your computer or Ipad,
or simply reading and studying the Course
Notes, you can complete your Program in a format compatible with your
busy work and life style!
Finally, you can "Get your QME Continuing Education credits the E-Z way!"
As a group - do injured workers respond poorly to otherwise competent and quality medical care?? Yes - and part of the reason for that is that more than 50% of examinees in the Workers Compensation system fail to cooperate with the prescribed treatment program. In fact, they drag their heels through the entire process - including failing to participate in Diagnostic Studies, and failing to participate in YOUR QME evaluation.
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