Nebraska CE Requirements for 2020
CCE Hours is a PACE Recognized Provider ensuring all continuing education courses meet the highest standards. Each course has a PACE course ID number, which will appear on the “Certificate of Attendance” that is awarded immediately upon completion of a course.
Nebraska Continuing Education Requirements: 36 hours by 8/1 in even years
Nebraska Accepts 6 hours of Online or Teleseminar Continuing Education Courses
Special Requirements: The 36 hours must include eight mandatory hours which are:
1. Four hours related to technical skills in one or a combination of the following categories:
- Continuing education designed to enhance the practitioners technical and clinical skill related to x-ray physics, quality control, x-ray production, and interpretation of diagnostic imaging; and
- Continuing education designed to enhance the techniques;
2. Four hours related to practice issues in one or a combination of the following categories:
- Continuing education pertaining to HIV/Aids, infectious diseases and related conditions as they relate to chiropractic
- Continuing education designed to enhance the practitioners awareness of gender sensitivity and sexual harassment issues. These programs are commonly referred to as boundary training;
- Continuing education related to the chiropractic scope of practice in the State of Nebraska. The programs must include adopted practice guidelines and practice law specific to Nebraska only;
- Continuing education designed to enhance the practitioners skill related to ordering laboratory tests and interpreting information from laboratory tests;
- Continuing education designed to enhance the practitioners skill in performing physical, neurological, and orthopedic examination procedures as they relate to chiropractic practice;
- Continuing education related to prevention of fraud, system set-ups, coding, quality control, and standards of practice;
- Continuing education pertaining to the provision of rehabilitative care as it relates to chiropractic practice;
- Continuing education related to practice ethics as recognized by state or national associations; and
- Continuing education related to the use of unlicensed personnel.
New Licensee Information: A new licensee is exempt from the continuing education requirement for the first biennial renewal cycle.
Reporting Requirements: Licensee affirms CE completion on State form
State of Nebraska Continuing Education Requirements
Nebraska Continuing Education requirements posted on this page are based upon the most up to date information available. Nebraska continuing education requirements are subject to change and therefore, Nebraska Chiropractic licensee’s are ultimately responsible for being up to date with the Nebraska continuing education requirements.