Total Credits: 2 including 2 CTA/CXT Boundaries/Ethics/Jurisprudence
This registration is for attendance for this course at the December Seminar.
CTA/CXT Boundaries, Ethics & Jurisprudence hrs. 3pm-5pm CT
The Tennessee Board of Chiropractic Examiners requires all newly-licensed Tennessee CTAs/CXTs to complete a one-time two (2) hour board-approved course in risk management, sexual/professional boundaries, and Tennessee statutory and regulatory chiropractic jurisprudence. This course is designed to help the newly-licensed CTA/CXT more clearly understand all issues surrounding the profession of chiropractic in Tennessee.
Nashville School of Law
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Tiffany Stevens has worked within the healthcare profession for over 25 years in a variety of capacities throughout her career including management, operations, membership, and marketing for both non-profit and for-profit organizations. She brings to her presentations a wealth of clinical knowledge, having served and managed several highly successful multi-doctor practices. She maintains her licenses as a Chiropractic X-ray Technician and Chiropractic Therapy Assistant (CTA), having played a major role in developing the current CTA certification and distance learning program. In 2010, she co-authored the textbook Chiropractic Therapy Assistant – A Clinical Resource Guide which is a nationally-recognized resource for the chiropractic paraprofessional.
Ms. Stevens has extensive association management experience. Early on in her career, she co-founded the Chiropractic Assistants of Tennessee and served on its Board for a number of years, including the position of President. She currently leads the TCA as Executive Director working with the Board of Directors to form goals and strategies shaping the future of chiropractic in Tennessee. Ms. Stevens directs the government affairs activities of the TCA, including lobbying for the chiropractic profession in TN and our nation’s capital. Prior to her current position, she served in the roles of Director of Member Services and Executive Vice President. Combining her dedication for the advancement of the chiropractic profession along with her interest in quality education, she continues to lecture on various components of the chiropractic practice and writes articles for local, state and national publications.