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Preceptorship programs are clinical programs in which interns (chiropractic students) participate under direct supervision of preceptor (Ohio licensed chiropractic physician).
Student Interns must apply for a temporary license in order to participate in a preceptorship program in Ohio. Interns may only participate in a preceptorship program within the dates approved by their doctor of chiropractic degree program and the Board. All preceptorships terminate upon the intern’s graduation.
Ohio licensed chiropractic physicians must apply for approval to preceptor an intern. Licensees must be continuously licensed and actively practicing in Ohio for 5 years preceding the date of the preceptorship in order to apply to preceptor.
Only Board-approved doctor of chiropractic degree programs may conduct preceptorship programs in Ohio. Click here for a list of Board-approved programs http://chirobd.ohio.gov/Applicants/ApprovedColleges.aspx
Click here for intern and preceptor requirements, applications and instructions.
Click here for the Board’s rule pertaining to preceptorships http://codes.ohio.gov/oac/4734-6-04