C.R.S. Section 12-290-119
Renewal of license

  • continuing education
  • professional development program
  • rules
  • renewal questionnaire


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The board shall set reasonable continuing education requirements for the renewal of a license, but in no event shall the board require more than fourteen hours’ credit of continuing education per year. A podiatrist desiring to renew his or her license to practice podiatry shall submit to the board the information the board believes necessary to show that the podiatrist has fulfilled the board’s continuing education requirements and a fee to be determined and collected pursuant to section 12-20-105.


The board shall promulgate rules and implement an ongoing professional development program that shall be developed in conjunction with statewide professional associations that represent podiatrists. The professional development program may include the continuing education requirements in subsection (1)(a) of this section.


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The board shall establish a questionnaire to accompany the renewal form. The board shall design the questionnaire to determine if the licensee has acted in violation of, or has been disciplined for actions that might be construed as violations of, this article 290 or that may make the licensee unfit to practice podiatry with reasonable care and safety. The board shall include on the questionnaire a question regarding whether the licensee has complied with section 12-30-111 and is in compliance with section 12-280-403 (2)(a). The failure of an applicant to answer the questionnaire accurately constitutes unprofessional conduct pursuant to section 12-290-108.


On and after July 1, 2024, as a condition of renewal of a license, each podiatrist shall attest that the podiatrist is in compliance with section 12-280-403 (2)(a) and that the podiatrist is aware of the penalties for noncompliance with that section.


No license to practice podiatry that has been delinquent for more than two years shall be renewed unless the applicant demonstrates to the board the applicant’s continued professional competence.


Licenses issued pursuant to this article 290 are subject to the renewal, expiration, reinstatement, and delinquency fee provisions specified in section 12-20-202 (1) and (2). A person whose license has expired shall be subject to the penalties provided in this article 290 or in section 12-20-202 (1). The board shall establish the criteria for reinstatement of a license.

Source: Section 12-290-119 — Renewal of license - continuing education - professional development program - rules - renewal questionnaire, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-12.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

Applicability of common provisions
Podiatric surgery
Podiatry license required - professional liability insurance required - exceptions - rules
Appointment of members of podiatry board - terms - review of functions - repeal of article
Powers and duties of board - limitation on authority - rules
Examination as to qualifications - rules
Issuance, revocation, or suspension of license - probation - unprofessional conduct - definitions - immunity in professional review
Volunteer podiatrist license
Podiatry training license
Prescriptions - requirement to advise patients - limits on prescriptions
Licensure by endorsement
Disciplinary action by board
Reconsideration and review of action of board
Judicial review
Unauthorized practice - penalties - exclusions
Use of physician assistants - collaboration requirements - rules
Professional service corporations, limited liability companies, and registered limited liability partnerships for the practice of podiatry - definitions
Renewal of license - continuing education - professional development program - rules - renewal questionnaire
Injunctive proceedings
Duplicates of license
Division of fees prohibited - penalty - recovery of fees illegally paid
Confidential agreements to limit practice - violation grounds for discipline
Bone marrow aspirations from the tibia
Legislative declaration
Board authorized to issue rules
Green check means up to date. Up to date

Current through Fall 2024

§ 12-290-119’s source at colorado​.gov