Nev. Admin. Code § 632.150 - Qualifications for license

Current through March 28, 2022

1. In addition to those requirements contained in chapter 632 of NRS, an applicant for a license to practice as a registered nurse must:
(a) Have graduated from a nursing program approved by the Board.
(b) Have successfully completed courses on the theory of and have clinical experience in medical-surgical nursing, maternal and child nursing and psychiatric nursing if the applicant graduated from an accredited school of professional nursing after January 1, 1952.
(c) On or after July 1, 1982, pass the examination for licensure approved by the Board.
2. An applicant for a license to practice as a licensed practical nurse must:
(a) Have graduated from high school or passed the general educational development test.
(b) Have graduated or received a certificate of completion from a program for registered nurses or practical nurses approved by the Board.
(c) Have successfully completed a course of study on the theory of and have clinical practice in medical-surgical nursing, maternal and child health nursing and principles of mental health if the applicant graduated from an accredited school of practical or vocational nursing after January 1, 1952.
(d) Pass the examination for licensure approved by the Board.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 632.150
Bd. of Nursing, part p. 8, eff. 10-11-58; A part p. 3, 7-1-65; A and renumbered as § II subsec. A par. 1, 7-11-69 & § II subsec. A par. 1, 11-26-69; A and renumbered as § II subsec. A par. 1, subpars. a & b, 7-10-75; 12-20-79; 4-20-82-NAC A 6-1-88; 7-16-92; 11-19-93; R112-11, 2-15-2012

NRS 632.120, 632.140, 632.270

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