(1) For the purposes of this chapter, postgraduate podiatric medical training shall be considered to mean clinical training that meets the educational standards established by the profession. The training must be acquired after satisfactory completion of a course in an approved school of podiatric medicine and surgery as specified in RCW 18.22.040
. Clinical performance shall be deemed satisfactory to fulfill the purposes of this requirement. This definition shall be considered to include, but not be limited to, rotating podiatric residency, podiatric orthopedic residency, and podiatric surgical residency.
(2) The board approves the following postgraduate clinical training courses: Programs approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association Council on Podiatric Medical Education which are listed in the 1992-1993 directory of Approved Residencies in Podiatric Medicine, and programs approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education at the time the postgraduate training was obtained.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.22.015
. WSR 94-05-051, § 246-922-032, filed 2/10/94, effective 3/13/94.]