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Special Virtual Membership Event - Shared screen with speaker view
Mai Lin Noffke
29:14
Links to the draft language of the IMpact legislation can be found at the FSMTB website: https://www.fsmtb.org/member-boardsagencies/impact/
Mai Lin Noffke
31:47
Feedback on the draft language can be submitted via a survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/massagetherapycompact
Mai Lin Noffke
37:45
The recording of this session, along with the June 8th event on the Compact, can be found on the FSMTB website as well at: https://www.fsmtb.org/member-boardsagencies/member-services/member-virtual-event/
Lynn Garvey Rhode Island
38:13
Thanks Mai Lin!
Mai Lin Noffke
43:54
We should have time to answer questions at the end of the presentation, but please feel free to enter any questions in this chat....
Mai Lin Noffke
50:48
625 hours is based on the ELAP/ELME standard.
Linda Toomey-New York
51:46
Prior to the establishment of FSMTB & MBLEx, NCBTMB was the recognized national exam. Thus, many massage therapists continue to hold a national certification. These massage therapists still qualify?
Davis Hylkema, Washington state
52:14
I understand that massage therapists get privilege in all compact states at once. Some other compact privileges require the applicant to pass a particular state's jurisprudence exam before a privilege is issued. Since massage therapists must know each compact state's laws, how does the IMPact ensure that privilege holders have exposure to know and at least how to look up laws and rules of all the different compact states? The concern is for each state's responsibility for public safety.
Mai Lin Noffke
52:55
It is anticipated that Commission rulemaking will clarify the national examination requirement and any grandparenting provision for prior examinations or other experience.