Chiropractic-only Continuing Education for CHP Network Providers

The CHP Group (CHP) is excited to announce our upcoming continuing education opportunities in the Portland metro area for CHP network chiropractors!

We have created four hours of continuing education specifically to meet the needs of our network chiropractors – including two hours of record-keeping as required by the Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners (OBCE) for 2016, as well as two hours of Cultural Competency as recommended by the Oregon Health Authority. (Though designed to meet 2016 Oregon requirements, these courses are open to our Washington network providers and are applicable to Washington state chiropractic continuing education requirements.)

Record-Keeping for Chiropractors

Taught by CHP’s Corporate Medical Director, Dr. Steven Sebers, this course has been created to meet the 2016 OBCE requirement for two hours of record-keeping continuing education. It will cover the OBCE’s “Record Keeping Check List” as well as other pertinent information for today’s chiropractors.

Cultural Competency for Integrative Healthcare Providers

Dr. Minga Guerrero, CHP’s Regional Medical Director and past president of the OBCE, will use this two-hour session to explain how cultural competency is a vital component of any integrative healthcare provider’s ethical training and can encourage better provider/patient relationships.

The CHP Group group has been working with integrative healthcare (IH) providers and providing IH-targeted continuing education for over 25 years in the Pacific Northwest. This event is free and exclusively for our network providers.

Registration opens Monday, March 7, 2016 at 8:00 am.

To register go to CHPchiroCE.eventbrite.com

Continuing Education Credits

Record-Keeping for Chiropractors
This class has been submitted for review to the Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners for the 2016 record-keeping CE requirements.

Cultural Competency
For our dual-discipline providers, this class will also be submitted for review to the following:

  • Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM): Submitted for review in Ethics category
  • National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM): Submitted for review

Please check our registration website for updated information on course approvals.