North Dakota Naturopathic Continuing Education

North Dakota Naturopathic Continuing Education

Your Requirements

 40 Continuing Education Hours due by Dec 31 on odd-numbered years.

Additionally at least 5 hours in pharmacy.

Credits must meet BIHC approval including credits offered through the AANP or AANP state affiliates

Updated 11/23/2018

Online Courses & Distance Learning Allowed

All Continuing Education Hours may be completed Online. 

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About the Board

The North Dakota State Board of Integrative Health Care was established in 2011 to protect the citizens of the state by regulating the practice of naturopathic medicine, music therapy, and licensed acupuncturists. The Board licenses Naturopathic Doctors, music therapists, and licensed acupuncturists, and disciplines them if they violate the state statutes regarding each profession.   

License Renewal 

North Dakota has a 2 year licensing cycle that expires December 31st in each odd numbered year.  Licenses renew on December 31st every odd-numbered year. The renewal fee is $400 for active status and $200 for inactive status.

Every naturopath who has been licensed by the board shall renew the license by remitting a renewal fee on or before December 31st of each odd-numbered year and completing the questionnaire provided by the board. For applicants who receive an initial license after July first in an odd-numbered year, the license will be deemed to be automatically renewed on December 31st for an additional two years without payment of an additional renewal fee.
 The applicant for renewal shall certify on the questionnaire that the continuing education requirements have been or will be met by December 31st. The applicant must keep records of completed continuing education. 
 A license renewal application received on or after January first of an even-numbered year is a late renewal and requires a new completed application form, the renewal fee, plus a late fee set by the board.
Proof of appropriate continuing education hours must be presented.
A license that has not been renewed by December 31st in an odd-numbered year is a lapsed license.

Continuing Education Credits

40 Continuing Education credits are required per biennial licensing cycle.  Of the 40 credits, 5 must be on pharmacologyCredits must meet BIHC approval. The regulatory board is the Board of Integrative Health Care.  BIHC is considered an incubator board for new health care professions.   Currently Acupuncturists, Naturopaths, and Music Therapists are regulated under the Board.

A continuing naturopathic education (CNE) program must meet one of the following:
a. A program sponsored by the board;
b. A program sponsored by an approved naturopathic medical school;
c. A health-related seminar sponsored by a college or university accredited by an organization recognized by the United States department of education;
d. A health-related seminar qualifying for continuing education credits through the state board of medical examiners, the state board of chiropractic examiners, or the state board of nursing; or
e. An educational program arranged by the North Dakota association of naturopathic doctors or the American association of naturopathic physicians or one of its affiliates and approved by the board.

For More Information please call or visit the Colorado Naturopathic Board website.

Updated 10/05/2018

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