Nev. Admin. Code § 632.805 - Withdrawal of approval

Current through March 28, 2022

1. The Executive Director will send a written notice by certified mail to the administrative body and coordinator of an approved program if the Board intends to withdraw its approval of that program. The notice must specify the reasons for the withdrawal. The coordinator of a program or the administrative body may rebut the reasons for the withdrawal contained in the notice within 15 days after the date the notice is received. The Executive Director will send a written notice of the final determination of the Board to the administrative body and the coordinator of the program.
2. The Board may withdraw its approval of an approved program if:
(a) The program fails to comply with the requirements of any statute or regulation;
(b) Twenty percent or more of the trainees in the program fail the competency evaluation test;
(c) The program has not admitted any trainees within the previous 12 months; or
(d) The Board finds three or more instances in which one or more trainees of the program have engaged in unsafe or abusive conduct during the competency evaluation test. For the purposes of conducting an investigation pursuant to NRS 632.310, three documented and substantiated incidents of unsafe or abusive conduct by trainees of a program during the competency evaluation test make out a prima facie case.
3. If the Board withdraws its approval, the administrator of the program shall take such action as is necessary to retain safely the records of each trainee in the program and to ensure that the trainees complete training.


Nev. Admin. Code § 632.805
Added to NAC by Bd. of Nursing, eff. 3-26-90; A 7-16-92

NRS 632.120, 632.2856

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