continuing ed

Online learning options expanding

The Internet has become popular as both a formal and informal educational resource. With more and more state chiropractic boards accepting online credit for relicensure hours, practitioners are swiftly discovering the value of avoiding travel and overnight expenses while enjoying the diversity in having a variety of course topics to choose from, literally at their fingertips.

“Palmer College is proud to be actively cultivating our online offerings for doctors in the field,” said Dr. Laurie Mueller of the Continuing Education Department. “We feature hybrid diplomate programs, partnership programs with state associations, relicensure classes, and cosponsorships online. The feedback on these programs has been tremendous.”

How alumni acquire their CE credits is still a very personal choice. According to Dr. Mueller, many practitioners continue to prefer the venue and face-to-face social interaction that live seminars offer.

“We believe that online and live venues both have some very unique things to offer the consumer, and we anticipate that most doctors will end up doing some of each,” she said.

Doctors interested in online learning can expect a wide variety of new course offerings starting Jan. 1, 2010, at www. PalmerOnline.com, including the CE Department’s new hybrid Orthopedics Diplomate program. Palmer also recommends high-quality coursework from its valued co-sponsorships with www.DConline.com and www.Activator Online.com.

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