Chir 12.03(1)(1) To qualify for board approval as a nutritional counseling education program under s. Chir 12.02 (1) (c) 4., a program shall meet all of the following minimum requirements:
Chir 12.03(1)(a) (a) The program is sponsored by the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association, the American Chiropractic Association, the International Chiropractors Association, a college of chiropractic approved by the board, or a college of medicine or osteopathy accredited by an agency recognized by the United States department of education.
Chir 12.03(1)(b) (b) The program subject matter includes core curriculum education in each of the following areas:
Chir 12.03(1)(b)1. 1. Nutrition counseling and initial screening to include nutrition physical examination.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)2. 2. Diet history taking.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)3. 3. Analysis of laboratory data including hair, saliva, urine and blood samples.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)4. 4. Symptoms of severe vitamin and nutritional deficiencies, and the toxicity of excess vitamin and mineral supplementation, herbals or other nutritional supplements.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)5. 5. Protein, carbohydrates, and fat macronutrient needs and symptoms of deficiencies of any of these nutrients.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)6. 6. Vitamin recommended daily allowances and dietary reference intakes.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)7. 7. Mineral and metals needs of the human body and the biochemistry of essential and non-essential nutritional supplements.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)8. 8. Fiber needs.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)9. 9. Codex Alimentarius Commission.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)10. 10. Dietary supplement health and education act of 1994, P.L. 103-417 and related regulations.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)11. 11. Etiology of organ system dysfunction, internal medicine diseases and conditions.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)12. 12. Supplements and nutrition.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)13. 13. The efficacy, safety, risks and benefits of glandular products, chelation therapy and therapeutic enzymes.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)14. 14. Food composition and foods as a source of vitamins.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)15. 15. Sports nutrition, endurance, body building and exercise physiology.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)16. 16. Weight management and control.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)17. 17. Contraindications, side effects, and toxic effects of botanicals, nutritional supplements and diet products.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)18. 18. Nutrition across the life cycle.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)19. 19. Nutrition relating to infants, pregnancy and lactation.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)20. 20. Geriatric nutritional needs.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)21. 21. Adolescent nutrition needs.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)22. 22. Male and female nutrition needs.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)23. 23. Therapeutic use of botanical medicine.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)24. 24. Food, drug, and nutritional supplements interactions.
Chir 12.03(1)(b)25. 25. Safety and efficacy – risks and benefits of nutritional supplements.
Chir 12.03(1)(c) (c) The program sponsor agrees to provide a responsible person to monitor and verify the attendance of each registered chiropractor at the program, and the program sponsor agrees to keep the records of attendance for 3 years from the date of the program and to furnish each participant with evidence of having attended the program.
Chir 12.03(1)(d) (d) The program sponsor shall not assign or delegate its responsibilities to monitor or record attendance, provide evidence of attendance, compare course content with subject matter content required under sub. (1) (b), or provide information on instructors or other aspects of the program unless the assignment or delegation is specifically identified in the application for approval and approved by the board.
Chir 12.03(1)(e) (e) The program sponsor has reviewed and validated the program's content to insure its compliance with par. (b).
Chir 12.03(1)(f) (f) When a course instructor of the program is on the undergraduate or postgraduate faculty of a chiropractic college, the program sponsor has provided written verification that the course instructor has been appointed in accordance with the accreditation standards of the Council on Chiropractic Education.
Chir 12.03(1)(g) (g) The program offers significant professional educational benefit for participants, as determined by the board.
Chir 12.03(1)(h) (h) The instructor is qualified to present the course.
Chir 12.03(1)(i) (i) The program shall include a written assessment instrument, designed to ensure that the chiropractor actively participated in the presentation of material and derived a measurable benefit from participation. There shall be an assessment or test at the conclusion of each 12 hours of education. A score of 75% or higher shall be considered a passing score.
Chir 12.03(1)(j) (j) The program shall contain a reasonable security procedure to assure that the chiropractor enrolled is the actual participant.
Chir 12.03(1)(k) (k) Programs shall be approved for one hour of education credit for every 50 minutes of instruction. The time used for testing and assessment purposes shall not be included in the computation of educational credit.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)(a) An application for approval of a nutritional counseling education program shall meet all of the following requirements:
Chir 12.03(2)(a)1. 1. Be on a form provided by the board.
Chir 12.03 Note Note: Application forms are available on request to the board office located at 1400 East Washington Avenue, P.O. Box 8935, Madison, Wisconsin 53708, or from the department's website at: http://dsps.wi.gov.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)2. 2. Identify the name and address of the program sponsor and describe how the program sponsor qualifies under s. Chir 12.03 (1) (a).
Chir 12.03(2)(a)3. 3. Describe the time and place of the program.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)4. 4. Be complete as prescribed in this subsection and filed with the board no later than 75 days prior to the program date. An application is not considered complete until such time as all information required to be submitted with the application, and any supplementary information requested by the board, is received by the board.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)5. 5. Include evidence of the program sponsor's verification showing to the satisfaction of the board that the subject matter is generally taught at the undergraduate or postgraduate level of a chiropractic college and relates to improving the clinical skills of a chiropractor. A detailed course outline or syllabus describing the subject matter of the program, and the amount of time devoted to each section of the outline or syllabus shall be attached to the application.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)6. 6. Describe the names and qualifications of all instructors, and if applicable, whether an instructor of the program who is an undergraduate or postgraduate faculty member of a sponsoring college was appointed in accordance with accreditation standards of the Council on Chiropractic Education.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)7. 7. Identify whether the program sponsor intends to assign or delegate any of its responsibilities to another person or entity, and if so, include all of the following:
Chir 12.03(2)(a)7.a. a. A specific description of the assignment or delegation.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)7.b. b. The person or entity who is assigned or delegated to perform the responsibility, including name, address and qualification to perform the responsibility.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)7.c. c. The method by which the program sponsor intends to assure that the delegated or assigned responsibility is performed.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)8. 8. Include a written assessment instrument, designed to ensure that the chiropractor actively participated in the presentation of material and derived a measurable benefit from participation.
Chir 12.03(2)(a)9. 9. Include a reasonable security procedure to assure that the chiropractor enrolled is the actual participant.
Chir 12.03(2)(b) (b) If necessary, in order to determine whether an applicant meets the requirements of this chapter, the board may require that the applicant submit information in addition to that described in this section.
Chir 12.03(3) (3) Continuing education credit may not be awarded for meals, breaks, testing or assessment periods.
Chir 12.03(4) (4) The sponsor of an approved program shall ensure that the program is carried out and presented as represented to and approved by the board, and that all responsibilities of the program sponsor, an instructor, and any person or entity delegated or assigned a responsibility relating to a program approved by the board are fulfilled.
Chir 12.03(5) (5) The approval of a course shall be effective only for the biennium in which it is approved.
Chir 12.03 History History: CR 06-051: cr. Register November 2006 No. 611, eff. 12-1-06.
Chir 12.04 Chir 12.04 Application denials. The board may deny approval of an application submitted under s. Chir 12.03 for any of the following reasons:
Chir 12.04(1) (1) The program or program sponsor does not meet requirements established in this chapter.
Chir 12.04(2) (2) The emphasis of the program is on the business, management, or insurance aspects of a chiropractic practice rather than on improving the clinical skills of the chiropractor.
Chir 12.04(3) (3) The board determines that the program sponsor has not provided adequate assurance that responsibilities delegated or assigned to others will be satisfactorily performed.
Chir 12.04(4) (4) Any presentation, program content, materials or displays for the advertising, promotion, sale or marketing of equipment, devices, instruments or other material of any kind or purpose is not kept separate from the program content and presentation for which approval is applied and granted.
Chir 12.04 History History: CR 06-051: cr. Register November 2006 No. 611, eff. 12-1-06.
Chir 12.05 Chir 12.05 Revocation of approval. The board may revoke approval of a program for any of the following reasons:
Chir 12.05(1) (1) The program sponsor, an instructor, or a person delegated or assigned a responsibility has a financial, personal or professional interest which conflicts directly with the performance of responsibilities in this chapter.
Chir 12.05(2) (2) Failure on the part of a program sponsor, an instructor, or a person delegated or assigned a responsibility to carry out a program as represented to and approved by the board or as provided in this chapter.
Chir 12.05 History History: CR 06-051: cr. Register November 2006 No. 611, eff. 12-1-06.
Chir 12.06 Chir 12.06 Prohibited practices.
Chir 12.06(1) (1) A chiropractor shall not delegate to any chiropractic assistant or other person any recommendations, analysis, advice, consultation or dispensing with respect to vitamins, herbs, or nutritional supplements. Nothing in this subsection may be construed to prevent chiropractic assistants or administrative employees from processing sales of vitamins, herbs, or nutritional supplements.
Chir 12.06(2) (2) After December 1, 2008 a chiropractor shall not sell, barter, trade or give away vitamins, herbs or nutritional supplements unless the chiropractor holds a certificate for nutritional counseling and except as consistent with the provisions of this chapter.
Chir 12.06(3) (3) A chiropractor shall not deliver, dispense, administer, transfer or sell a product unless that product is prepackaged for use by consumers and labeled in accordance with the requirements of state and federal law.
Chir 12.06 History History: CR 06-051: cr. Register November 2006 No. 611, eff. 12-1-06.
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