Rhode Island Naturopathic Continuing Education
30 Continuing Education Hours every 2 years.
Online Courses & Distance Learning Allowed
Rhode Island Naturopathic CEU Course Package
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More about the Board
The Rhode Island Department of Health gained accreditation in November 2015. Being accredited means we are committed to transparency, accountability, and a culture of continuous quality improvement so that we can better serve our customers and help ensure that everyone has an equal chance to live in a healthy community.
Qualifications for licensure
Applicants for licensure as a doctor of naturopathy must satisfy the following conditions.
- The degree of doctor of naturopathy from a board-approved naturopathic medical college must include completion of at least twelve hundred (1,200) hours of board-approved clinical before graduation.
- Every doctor of naturopathy licensed to practice naturopathic health care in Rhode Island under the provisions of the Act and this Part, before the expiration date which occurs every 2 years starting from the date of issuance, must earn a minimum of 30 hours of continuing education credits and shall document this to the Board upon request.
- It shall be the sole responsibility of the individual doctor of naturopathy to obtain documentation from the approved sponsoring or co-sponsoring organizations, agencies or other, of his or her participation in a learning experience and the number of dated credits earned.
- Every licensed doctor of naturopathy who intends to practice naturopathic health care during the ensuing two (2) years shall file a renewal application with the Board before the expiration date, together with the renewal fee as set forth in the rules and regulations pertaining to the Fee Structure for Licensing, Laboratory and Administrative Services Provided by the Department of Health
For more information please contact Rhode Island Naturopathic Board.