GREELEY, Colorado — Chandra Sasseville, D.C., of the Maine Board of Chiropractic Licensure participated in the annual Part IV Test Committee meeting held in Greeley, Colorado, at the headquarters of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners on June 9-10.

Dr. Sasseville was one of 30 participants in the United States chosen to review patient case scenarios, and select case-related questions for the Part IV Practical Examination to be administered in November 2017 and May 2018. Part IV assesses clinical skills in diagnostic imaging, chiropractic technique and case management for applicants seeking state licensure.

The NBCE Part IV Examination was administered for the first time in January 1996 and continues to be administered twice yearly on chiropractic college campuses. Part IV is accepted in all states and the District of Columbia for initial licensure in chiropractic.

Chandra Sasseville

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