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 Wise Named to Ethics and Boundaries Test Committee

Leslie M. Wise, D.C.

Dean of Clinical Sciences Leslie M. Wise, D.C., has been appointed to the Ethics and Boundaries test committee for the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE).

While the NBCE is perhaps best known for its testing services (including Part I, II, III and IV) for licensing purposes to advanced chiropractic students and recent graduates, the organization also offers testing services for other purposes, such as disciplinary action, reciprocity of licensure or following a lapse in licensure.

Wise, along with members of five state licensing boards, was recently appointed to the test committee for the Ethics and Boundaries Exam. This exam assesses knowledge of ethics and boundary issues, including ethical misconduct, sexual misconduct and harassment in chiropractic practice.

Wise has taught Sherman College’s Ethics and Jurisprudence course for 25 years and served on the South Carolina State Board of Chiropractic Examiners for eight years. He frequently consults with legal professionals in malpractice cases. He also maintains the web site and offers continuing education programs in ethics and jurisprudence for doctors of chiropractic.