PTs Invited to DORA's Practice Monitor Training on March 17

Posted: Feb. 17, 2017

The Department of Regulatory Agencies and Peer Assistance Services, Inc. have invited physical therapists and physical therapist assistants to attend a professional practice monitor training session on Friday, March 17th. The event will be 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at DORA's offices on the 19th floor of 1560 Broadway, Denver. 

The training is geared professions regulated by the State Physical Therapy Board, the Colorado Dental Board, the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners and the State Board of Veterinary Medicine. As a trained practice monitor, licensees will have an opportunity to ensure consumer protection by helping colleagues who have experienced health-related or practice issues that require rigorous monitoring to practice their profession safely. 

Who Should Attend

- Licensees interested in becoming a practice monitor and serving their respective professional community

- Current practice monitors interested in sharing their experience and expertise 

Criteria to Become a Practice Monitor

- Minimum of five years of experience in area of practice

- Current understanding of professional standards of care and practice act


- Describe the relationship between the regulatory boards, the peer health assistance program, and the practice monitor

- Understand the regulatory complaint process

- Describe the practice monitor role, obligations of monitoring, and required documentation

- Identify strategies for addressing common difficulties as a practice monitor

- Determine how to set fees for practice monitoring services 

To Register:

Email Katherine Garcia at [email protected] or call 303.369.0039 extension 230.