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Key Resources

This tab will provide you with key resources for the NBCE Exam Part IV. 

 

Overview - NBCE Part IV

The NBCE Part IV Examination tests individuals in three major areas:

  • X-ray interpretation and diagnosis
  • chiropractic technique
  • case management

There are no reference texts recommended by the NBCE for Part IV; however, Palmer Libraries own many study guides to help students prepare for the Part IV exam.

For further information, please see the Study Guides tab for your campus.

Subject Guides @ Palmer - NBCE Part IV Topics

If you are looking for other resources to help you with studying at Palmer, be it for the NBCE or for your course work, check out the online subject guides listed below, created by our very own Palmer Library staff. New guides are created all the time, so check back with us soon for more.

Interns & Clinicians
by Sandy Lewis - Last Updated May 9, 2017
A guide to radiology resources at Palmer and on the Web.
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