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58-5a-304. Continuing education.
(1) The division may require each person holding a license under this chapter to completein each two-year period not more than 40 hours of qualified continuing professional education inaccordance with standards defined by rule as a requirement prior to license renewal under thischapter.
(2) In establishing continuing education requirements under this section the division shallin collaboration with the board recognize the existing educational methods, procedures, devices,and programs in use among the various podiatry specialty organizations.
(3) The division shall give licensees credit toward continuing education requirements forparticipation in and completion of continuing education programs of:
(a) the American Podiatric Medical Association;
(b) the Utah Podiatric Medical Association;
(c) all colleges of podiatric medicine accredited by the Council on Education of theAmerican Podiatric Medical Association; and
(d) similar programs of other organizations that are approved by the division incollaboration with the board.
(4) If a renewal period is shortened or extended to effect a change of the renewal cycle,the continuing education hours required for that renewal period shall be increased or decreasedaccordingly, as a pro rata amount of the requirements of a two-year period.

Amended by Chapter 232, 1996 General Session

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Statutes > Utah > Title-58 > Chapter-05a > 58-5a-304

58-5a-304. Continuing education.
(1) The division may require each person holding a license under this chapter to completein each two-year period not more than 40 hours of qualified continuing professional education inaccordance with standards defined by rule as a requirement prior to license renewal under thischapter.
(2) In establishing continuing education requirements under this section the division shallin collaboration with the board recognize the existing educational methods, procedures, devices,and programs in use among the various podiatry specialty organizations.
(3) The division shall give licensees credit toward continuing education requirements forparticipation in and completion of continuing education programs of:
(a) the American Podiatric Medical Association;
(b) the Utah Podiatric Medical Association;
(c) all colleges of podiatric medicine accredited by the Council on Education of theAmerican Podiatric Medical Association; and
(d) similar programs of other organizations that are approved by the division incollaboration with the board.
(4) If a renewal period is shortened or extended to effect a change of the renewal cycle,the continuing education hours required for that renewal period shall be increased or decreasedaccordingly, as a pro rata amount of the requirements of a two-year period.

Amended by Chapter 232, 1996 General Session


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Statutes > Utah > Title-58 > Chapter-05a > 58-5a-304

58-5a-304. Continuing education.
(1) The division may require each person holding a license under this chapter to completein each two-year period not more than 40 hours of qualified continuing professional education inaccordance with standards defined by rule as a requirement prior to license renewal under thischapter.
(2) In establishing continuing education requirements under this section the division shallin collaboration with the board recognize the existing educational methods, procedures, devices,and programs in use among the various podiatry specialty organizations.
(3) The division shall give licensees credit toward continuing education requirements forparticipation in and completion of continuing education programs of:
(a) the American Podiatric Medical Association;
(b) the Utah Podiatric Medical Association;
(c) all colleges of podiatric medicine accredited by the Council on Education of theAmerican Podiatric Medical Association; and
(d) similar programs of other organizations that are approved by the division incollaboration with the board.
(4) If a renewal period is shortened or extended to effect a change of the renewal cycle,the continuing education hours required for that renewal period shall be increased or decreasedaccordingly, as a pro rata amount of the requirements of a two-year period.

Amended by Chapter 232, 1996 General Session

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