All applicants for licensure must pass the Jurisprudence Examination
with a score of 100 percent. The Department of Health has compiled a list
of all the RCWs and WACs that will be referenced on the exam.
HIV/AIDS Training amounting to seven hours is required for licensure candidates. WSDA provides online training videos
that satisfy this requirement. DQAC also provides a list
of in-person trainings offered around the state.
If you have ever had a DEA number it will need to be submitted to the Drug Enforcement Administration ins Seattle. Fill out this form
and submit it to the DEA per the instructions included. If you have not had a DEA number issued in the past send a statement to indicate that.
Malpractice Clearance: Applicants must have malpractices carriers submit a letter verifying their dates of coverage and claims history, if any. Should a claim have been made, legal documentation must also be submitted. If coverage is provided through an umbrella policy through a school, or if you are active in the military, that should be indicated in writing.