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APN role in delegation-Nursing Practice-Rule §217.1(3); FAQ on BON web site: Delegation and the Advanced Practice Nurses Board function Licensure and Regulation-Rule §211.2(b) Board reportable Minor Incident Peer Review-Rule §217.16 Boundary Violations Ethics Rule §217.11(1) (J), Rule §217.12(6) (D); BON Bulletin: Jan '08, pg. 4-5; National Council of State Boards of Nursing web page: Professional Boundaries Brochure: https://www.ncsbn.org Professional_Boundaries_2007_Web.pdf. CE Requirements for License Renewal Licensure and Regulation- Rule §216; CE Brochure Conduct: reportable/nonreportable Disciplinary Action NPA 301.401(1), Rule 217.11(1)(K), Rule §217.16 Criminal Conduct Ethics NPA 301.4535; Rule §213.28; Disciplinary Guidelines for Criminal Conduct Delegation: APN role Nursing Practice- Rule §217.11(3); FAQ on BON web site: Delegation and the Advanced Practice Nurses Delegation Licensure Level for Nursing Practice- Rules §217.11(3)(B), 224 and 225 Differentiate Role of LVN versus RN Nursing Practice- Nursing Practice Section of Web Page: Interpretive Guideline for LVN Scope of Practice under Rule §217.11, Position Statements 15.2, 15.3, 15.7, 15.8, 15.13, 15.24, FAQ on BON website on LVNs Performing Triage/Telephonic Nursing/Being On-Call DifferentiateTraining, Supervision, and Delegation Nursing Practice -Rules §224.4 (3), §224.10, §225.4(6), §225.13, and §217.11 (1) (S)(U), (2), Guideline for LVN Scope of Practice-Under Rule 217.11

Instructions on taking the Texas nursing jurisprudence examination: After you have filed an examination application with the Texas Board of Nursing 90 to 120 days prior to graduation, you will be provided a web address to access the jurisprudence examination. Follow the instructions to log on and complete the examination. The examination is based on the Texas Nursing Practice Act (NPA) and the Texas Board of Nursing Rules and Regulations. We recommend that you download a copy of the NPA and Board Rules and Regulations from our website by going to http://www.bon.state.tx.us/ and click on “Nursing Law and Rules”. You may also purchase a hard copy of the NPA and Rules and Regulations by contacting the Texas Board of Nursing. The examination is a maximum of two hours in length. If you are not successful in passing the examination, you may take the examination again after seven working days have elapsed from the previous attempt. The cost of the examination is included in your $139 examination fee.

APN role in delegation Nursing Practice Rule §217.11(3); FAQ on BON web site: Delegation and the Advanced Practice Nursestopic

Boundary Violations Ethics Rule §217.11(1) (J), Rule §217.12(6) (D); BON Bulletin: Jan ’08, pg. 4-5; National Council of State Boards of Nursing web page: Professional Boundaries Brochure: https://www.ncsbn.org/Professional_Boundaries_2007_Web.pdf.

Conduct: reportable/nonreportable Disciplinary Action NPA 301.401(1), Rule 217.11(1)(K), Rule §217.16

Criminal Conduct Ethics NPA 301.4535; Rule §213.28; Disciplinary Guidelines for Criminal Conduct

Delegation: Licensure Level for Nursing Practice Rules §217.11(3)(B), 224 and 225

Differentiate Training, Supervision, and Delegation Nursing Practice Rules §224.4 (3), §224.10, §225.4(6), §225.13, and §217.11 (1) (S)(U), (2), Guideline for LVN Scope of Practice Under Rule 217.11

All Texas applicants for RN licensure must pass the Texas nursing jurisprudence examination. You must pass this examination prior to being issued a permanent license. The nursing jurisprudence examination has no affect on taking the NCLEX. It is a separate requirement and only affects your ability to receive a permanent license.

REMINDER: You must pass the jurisprudence examination before the Texas Board of Nursing will issue your permanent license.

Board functions Licensure and Regulation Rule §211.2 (b)

Board reportable Minor Incident Peer Review Rule §217.16

CE Requirements for License Renewal Licensure and Regulation Rule §216; CE Brochure

Delegation: APN role Nursing Practice Rule §217.11(3); FAQ on BON web site: Delegation and the Advanced Practice Nurses

APN role in delegation-Nursing Practice-Rule §217.1(3); FAQ on BON web site: Delegation and the Advanced Practice Nurses

REFERENCE--http://www.bon.texas.gov/olv/pdfs/Resource-Table-List.pdf

All Texas applicants for RN licensure must pass the Texas nursing jurisprudence examination. You must pass this examination prior to being issued a permanent license. The nursing jurisprudence examination has no affect on taking the NCLEX. It is a separate requirement and only affects your ability to receive a permanent license.