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The District of Columbia Board of Chiropractic (BOC), a division within the DC Department of Health, Health Regulation and Licensing Administration (HRLA), has the responsibility to regulate the practice of chiropractic medicine in the District of Columbia. Its mission is to serve and protect the public and ensure high standards of chiropractic care and professionalism through best-practices in regulation, education and outreach.
Regulation is achieved through the application process, the disciplinary process and outreach/educational activities.
Applicants for licensure in the District are required to pass the National Board of Chiropractic Examination (NBCE) Parts I-IV in addition to the District of Columbia jurisprudence examination. Applicants requesting licensure with ancillary privileges in Physiotherapy and/or Acupuncture, must also pass the NBCE ancillary privileges examination. The Board administers the District jurisprudence examination three times per fiscal year.(November, March and July)
All applicants for licensure must establish, to the Board’s satisfaction, that they possess the appropriate skills, knowledge, judgment, and character to practice chiropractic Medicine in the District of Columbia. In addition, applicants must demonstrate to the Board that they are proficient in understanding and communicating chiropractic concepts and information in English.
The Board meets on the second Tuesday of every other month: November, January, March, May, July, and September.Jurisprudence exams are administered in November, March and July.The next exam is Jurisprudence Exam - November 4th, 2014
Members of the Board are appointed by the Mayor and serve a three year term for a maximum of three terms. The Board issues a biannual newsletter that provides up-to-date information on the Board's current activities.
Jacqueline A. Watson, D.O., MBA, CMBE, is the Executive Director of the Board. For the most recent updates from the Executive Director, read her From Where I Sit article..
For additional information, please contact the Board of Chiropractic team at 202 724-8750.
Jurisprudence Exam - November 4th, 2014
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