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A. The board by rule may require each licensee to complete up to twelve hours of continuing education each calendar year as a condition of licensure renewal.
B. Continuing education shall cover topics listed in section 32-922, subsection B and section 32-922.02 and shall be taught by a faculty member of a college or university that is accredited by or has status with the council on chiropractic education or is accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the United States department of education or the council on postsecondary accreditation. Beginning July 1, 2012, the board shall adopt rules to prescribe the continuing education requirements.
C. Compliance with this section shall be documented at the times and in the manner as prescribed by the board in rule.
D. Failure of a person holding a license to practice chiropractic to comply with this section without adequate cause being shown is grounds for probation or suspension of the person's license.