(iv) Reading an article related to the identification of victims of human trafficking that
meets the requirements of subdivision (a) of this subrule and is published in a peer-
reviewed journal, healthcare journal, or professional or scientific journal.
(c) Acceptable modalities of training include any of the following:
(i) Teleconference or webinar.
(ii) Online presentation.
(iii) Live presentation.
(iv) Printed or electronic media.
(2) The department may select and audit a sample of individuals and request
documentation of proof of completion of training. If audited by the department, an
individual shall provide an acceptable proof of completion of training, including either of
(a) Proof of completion certificate issued by the training provider that includes the date,
provider name, name of training, and individual’s name.
(b) A self-certification statement by the individual. The certification statement must
include the individual’s name and 1 of the following:
(i) For training completed pursuant to subrule (1)(b)(i) to (iii) of this rule, the date,
training provider name, and name of training.
(ii) For training completed pursuant to subrule (1)(b)(iv) of this rule, the title of the
article, author, publication name of the peer-reviewed journal, healthcare journal, or
professional or scientific journal, and the date, volume, and issue of publication, as
R 338.8103 Licensure by examination; requirements.
Rule 103. An applicant for licensure by examination shall submit a completed
application, on a form provided by the department, together with the requisite fee. In
addition to meeting the requirements of the code and the administrative rules
promulgated under the code, an applicant shall satisfy all of the following requirements:
(a) Have successfully completed the program of study offered by a school of podiatric
medicine approved by the board in R 338.8113.
(b) Have achieved a passing score on the required parts of the American Podiatric
Medical Licensing Examination (APMLE) sponsored by the National Board of Podiatric
Medical Examiners (NBPME) or its successor as required by R 338.8104(4).
(c) Have achieved a converted score of not less than 75 on the podiatric jurisprudence
examination administered by the department or an entity approved by the department
that assesses an applicant’s knowledge of the laws and rules governing the practice of
podiatric medicine and surgery in this state. An applicant who fails to achieve a passing
score on the jurisprudence examination may repeat the examination without limitation.
(d) Have satisfactorily completed a minimum of 2 years of a postgraduate training
program approved by the board under R 338.8113. Certification of the completion of the
minimum of 2 years of postgraduate training must not be submitted to the department
more than 15 days before the scheduled completion of the training.
R 338.8104 Examination approval and adoption; passing score.
Rule 104. (1) The board approves and adopts the APMLE sponsored by the NBPME or