Utah Naturopathic Continuing Education
48 Continuing Education Hours every preceding 2 year period of licensure.
20 hours specific to pharmacy or pharmacology as pertains to naturopathic physician formula; a min of the 10 of the 20 hours specific to pharmacy or pharmacology must be recognized as category 1 credit hours as established by the ACCME.
According to the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, license types expire on May 31 of even years.
Online Courses & Distance Learning Allowed
20 Continuing Education Hours may be completed Online.
Utah Naturopathic CEU Course Package
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About the Board
The Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, also known as DOPL, is one of seven agencies within the Utah Department of Commerce. DOPL is legislatively charged to administer and enforce specific laws related to the licensing and regulation of certain occupations and professions.
Continuing Education Requirements
During the past 2 years, you must have completed 48 hours of qualified continuing professional education, of which 20 hours must be specific to pharmacy or pharmacology as it pertains to the Naturopathic Physician Formulary; 10 of those 20 hours must be recognized as category 1 credit hours as established by the ACCME.
No more than 20 hours may be obtained by distance learning. If you received your initial license during the current renewal cycle, you must only complete a pro-rata amount of qualified professional education for the time you were actually licensed. DO NOT submit documentation of your completed hours unless you are audited and requested to do so.
LICENSE TYPES expire on May 31 of even years.
At least 60 days prior to the expiration date of a license, DOPL will mail a renewal notice to the licensee’s address of record as provided to DOPL by the individual licensee. (Failure to notify DOPL of an address change could prevent a licensee from timely receiving renewal notification and other important correspondence from DOPL.)
Renewal Fees — $103
For more information please contact the Utah Naturopathic Board