Kan. Admin. Regs. § 60-13-112 - License renewal

(a) Each license to practice as a registered nurse anesthetist (RNA) in Kansas shall be subject to the same biennial expiration dates as those specified in K.A.R 60-3-108 for the registered professional nurse license in Kansas.
(b) Each individual renewing a license shall have completed the required 30 contact hours of approved continuing nursing education (CNE) related to nurse anesthesia during the most recent prior licensure period. Proof of completion of 30 contact hours of approved CNE in the nurse anesthesia role may be requested by the board. Contact hours accumulated in excess of the 30-hour requirement shall not be carried over to the next renewal period.
(c) The number of contact hours assigned to any offering that includes a recognized standard curriculum shall be determined by the board.
(d) Any individual attending any offering not previously approved by the board may submit an application for an individual offering approval (IOA). Credit may be given for offerings that the licensee demonstrates as having a relationship to the practice of nurse anesthesia. Each separate offering shall be approved before the individual submits the license renewal application.
(e) Approval shall not be granted for identical offerings completed within the same license renewal period.
(f) Any individual renewing a license may accumulate 15 contact hours of the required CNE from instructor credit. Each presenter shall receive instructor credit only once for the preparation and presentation of each course. The provider shall issue a certificate listing the number of contact hours earned and clearly identifying the hours as instructor credit.
(g) Fractions of contact hours may be accepted for offerings over 30 minutes.
(h) All CNE accumulated for RNA license renewal shall also be applicable to the renewal of the registered professional nurse license.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 60-13-112
Authorized by K.S.A. 65-1164; implementing K.S.A. 65-1159; effective Sept. 2, 1991; amended Feb. 16, 1996; amended Oct. 12, 2001; amended July 29, 2005; amended May 18, 2012.

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