Take ALL CEU's for the 2020 Biennium as Distance Education
*Registration closes on June 27th, 2020*
BELOW IS A MESSAGE FROM THE IOWA BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC
Annual Attendance Meets 100% of Iowa Required CEU's *
NEW - MULTI-DOCTOR DISCOUNT
EACH PARTICIPANT REQUIRES THEIR OWN DEVICE AND EMAIL ADDRESS
**Do not use your phone for participation purposes**
(19 Clinical +1 IA Rules +1 Ethics/Boundaries)
November 2019 ChiroClasses Pictured Above
For over 25 years Dr. Joseph S. Ferezy has prepared a special class meeting the needs of chiropractors in order to maintain their Chiropractic License. This class features general chiropractic continuing education topics, in addition to Iowa Code for Chiropractors and Ethics and Professional Boundaries. This blend of chiropractic, and its integration with medicine & surgery, has become a favorite class for hundreds of chiropractors for over 20 years.
Joseph S. Ferezy, DC - Chiropractic Neurology
ALSO - COVID-19 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Class Schedule & CEU
Each ChiroClasses Live Iowa class provides a TOTAL of Twenty One (21) LIVE CEU. Eighteen (19) of the LIVE CEU's are Clinical Case Management CEU related. In addition to that, the class provides one (1) LIVE CEU regarding Ethics/professional boundaries, and one (1) LIVE CEU regarding Iowa Code for Chiropractors.
*By taking Two (2) ChiroClasses LIVE Iowa Seminars each biennium you will accrue a total of forty (40) LIVE CEU (IA requires 40 CEU). This 40 CEU includes Thirty Six (36) CEU in Clinical Case Management (IA requires 36 CEU), as well as Two (2) LIVE CEU in Professional Boundaries (IA requires 2 CEU) and Two (2) LIVE CEU in Iowa Code (IA requires 1 CEU). This also fulfills the LIVE CEU requirement of Twenty (20) LIVE CEU.
Class is designed to comply with CO, IA, NE state requirements for chiropractic continuing education. 16 CEU maximum in NE. Other restrictions may apply. Please consult with your state board if you have any questions about CEU's.
NOTE RE: MANDATORY REPORTER EDUCATION REQUIREMENT
ChiroClasses is no longer offering State Required Mandatory Reporter Training. The Iowa Department of Human Services is now the only place to go for your training. The new online class is offered free of charge and will be required after your last 5 year class requirement expires. The link for the class is found below.
Beginning July 1, 2019 the Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS) will take over the responsibilities for mandatory reporting training. There will be a two hour child abuse and a two hour dependent adult abuse available on the DHS website free of charge. This will be the only approved training allowed in Iowa and the only way to receive the training. There are changes in how often you need to take the training, instead of every five years it is now every three years.
Karin Ford, MSPS