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RULE §73.2Failure to Meet Continuing Education Requirements

(a) A licensee failing to meet minimum continuing education requirements shall have the licensee's license placed in a Continuing Education Conditional (CEC) status for 12 months.

(b) A licensee under CEC status may continue to practice if the licensee completes the required continuing education within the 12 month CEC period.

(c) The Board shall reinstate a license in CEC status when the licensee submits written verification of completing the required continuing education.

(d) If a licensee fails to reinstate a license during any CEC status period, the Board shall deem the license expired from the beginning date of the CEC status year.

(e) A licensee whose license expires under subsection (d) of this section shall obtain a new license in order to practice.

(f) A licensee may not use continuing education courses taken to satisfy a deficiency in a prior reporting year for a subsequent reporting year.

(g) A licensee may not have a license on CEC status for two consecutive years.

(h) If a licensee on CEC status for the prior reporting year is non-compliant with the current year, the Board shall deem the license expired.

(i) A licensee under subsection (g) of this section may not practice chiropractic until the license is renewed or a new license is issued.

(j) A licensee under subsection (g) of this section may renew the license after completing all required courses.

Source Note: The provisions of this §73.2 adopted to be effective June 30, 2020, 45 TexReg 4027

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