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a measure used in computing board feet

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The Texas Medical Board rule change could imperil those services.
Exhibit I is a summary of all jurisdictions and their respective positions with regard to statutes or board rules on commissions, contingent fees, or referral fees.
To maintain active licensure as a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) or Registered Nurse (RN) in Texas, there is not a practice hour requirement; and, meeting the continuing competency requirements set forth in the Nursing Practice Act (NPA) Sections 301.303 - 301.307 and Board Rule 216 allows Texas nurses to demonstrate ongoing competence in lieu of a minimum practice hour requirement set by the Board.
It is important for APRNs to remember that they must comply with the requirements of Board Rule 222.8 when prescribing any controlled substance.
At the April 2018 Board Meeting, the Board charged NPAC to review and make recommendations regarding Board Rule 216, Continuing Competency.
Initially adopted by the Board in 1999, the Minor Incident Rule, Board Rule 217.16, is designed to provide guidance in the evaluation of nursing practice breakdown when the nurse has not engaged in conduct that is subject to mandatory reporting, the error can be remediated at the facility level, and the nurse's continued practice does not pose a risk of harm to patients or others.
Develop a recommendation regarding changes to Board Rule 214.9(a)(1) related to specific requirements for classroom and clinical practice hours in vocational nursing education programs.
The Channel Islander became the first player to make use of the new Worlds Bowls Board rule that allows players to play with coloured bowls.
At the July 20-21, 2017 Board of Nursing (Board or BON) quarterly meeting, the Board approved the Knowledge, Skills, Training, Assessment, and Research (KSTAR) Nursing Program as a permanent practice remediation option for nurses who receive a Board order for practice breakdown and meet eligibility criteria set forth by Board Rule 213.35.
During the July 2014 Board Meeting, amendments to Chapter 216, Continuing Competency, were adopted and included revisions to Board Rule [section]216.1, Continuing Competency Definitions; [section]216.5, Additional Criteria for Specific Continuing Education Programs and [section]216.6, Activities that are not Acceptable as Continuing Education.
The content must include information about the Texas Nursing Practice Act; the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) rules, including Board Rule 217.11; Standards of Nursing Practice; the Texas BON Position Statements; principles of nursing ethics; and professional boundaries.
(4) Board Rule 217.11, Standards of Nursing Practice
For a complete list of tasks that can be designated as HMAs please refer to Board Rule 225.4(8) (A-E).
The licensure level of the LVN is different in that the LVN's practice is a directed scope of nursing practice under the supervision of a registered nurse (RN), advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), physician, physician assistant, podiatrist, or dentist [Nursing Practice Act (NPA) Sections 301.002(5), 301.353, and Board Rule 217.11(2)].