Texas Acupuncture CAE Online
Continuing Education Credit Online
Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners
Provider Number CAE 00014
HealthCMi is an approved provider by the Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners. All courses are approved for Texas CAE credit for acupuncture continuing education credit. Simply purchase the course, download or view the course matierals, take the quiz, and receive a certificate of completion.
ALL HealthCMi.com courses are approved for Texas CAEs (CEUs) for Texas acupuncture continuing education credit. All HealthCMi courses are apprpoved by the Texas Medical Board and all HealthCMi courses are also NCCAOM approved.
Special ethics, biomedicine and herbal categories:
Safety & Ethics: Herb-Drug Interactions #1: 4 Texas CAEs (2 herbal, 2 biomedicine)
Safety & Ethics: Herb-Drug Interactions #2: 4 Texas CAEs (1 ethics, 2 herbs, 1 biomedicine)
Safety & Ethics: Acupuncture & Pneumothorax: 4 Texas CAEs (1 ethics, 1 biomedicine, 2 general)
PID and Chinese Medicine #1: 6 Texas CAEs (3.75 general, 2.25 herbal)
PID and Chinese Medicine #2: 7 Texas CAEs (5 general, 2 herbal)
Chinese Medicine Pediatrics and Ear Infections: 8 Texas CAEs (4 general, 1 ethics, 2 herbal, 1 biomedicine)
Herbal Tonify Qi, The Four Noble Ingredients: 12 Texas CAEs (9 general, 2 herbal, 1 biomedicine)
Herbal Insights, Tonify Blood: 7 Texas CAEs (5 general, 2 herbal)
Herbal Medicine For Respiratory Conditions: 8 Texas CAEs (6 general, 2 herbal)
Free the Qi and Blood: 20 Texas CAEs (16 general, 2 herbal, 1 ethics, 1 biomedicine)
Harmonizing Organs with Herbs: 20 Texas CAEs (17 general, 2 herbal, 1 biomedicine)
Safety in Acupuncture, Cups, Moxa, Gua Sha: 4 Texas CAEs (3 general, 1 ethics)
Safety in Preventing Medical Errors #1: 4 Texas CAEs (3 general, 1 ethics)
Safety in Preventing Medical Errors #2: 4 Texas CAEs (3 general, 1 ethics)
All courses are also approved by the NCCAOM
Acupuncturists in Texas are required to complete 17 hours of continuing acupuncture education (CAE) every year. Acupuncturists must complete at least 8 general hours, 1 ethics hour, and 2 herbal hours of acupuncture education credit annually. The Texas Medical Board notes, "Effective for acupuncturists registering on or after November 30, 2010, one hour of Biomedicine CAE will be required." HealthCMi.com courses meet general, ethics, biomedicine or herbal requirements depending on the course selected.
The Texas Medical Board offers flexibility if you have extra CAE hours. If you obtain more continuing education hours than you need, you may forward those hours to your next certification period:
The Texas Medical Board (regulation 183.20 part 6j) notes, "A licensee may carry forward CAE hours earned prior to an annual registration report which are in excess of the 17-hour annual requirement and such excess hours may be applied to the following years' requirements. A maximum of 34 total excess hours may be carried forward."
In this way, all of your acupuncturist continuing education credits at HealthCMI can be applied to your license renewal. We hope you enjoy the course materials. Simply purchase the course, download the PDF ebook (Mac and Windows PC compatible), take the online quiz, and receive a certificate of completion.