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
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.