The Part I and Acupuncture test committees were held on April 18-19, 2008, at the headquarters of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) in Greeley.
NBCE District I Director Dr. Robin Lecy attended the test committee meeting and expressed his gratitude for the test committee members’ hard work. “Thank you for taking some of your valuable time and coming here today,” he said. “Your expertise and knowledge is appreciated by the Board. Your dedication to the test committee process is an integral part of our exam development; in fact we couldn’t do it without you.”
During the two-day meeting, the test committees selected items that they felt would best assess an examinee’s knowledge.
To ensure the fairness of the examinations, the test committees are composed of college instructors, subject matter experts and state licensing board members. These individuals are selected based on their expert knowledge of the subject matter.
Microbiology and Public Health:
Michelle Clark, D.C., NBCE Moderator
Shahla Abghari, Ph.D., Life University, College of Chiropractic
Sameh A. Awad, M.D., Southern California University of Health Sciences
Kim B. Khauv, D.C., Life Chiropractic College West
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