Nev. Admin. Code § 632.927 - Stay of order for revocation or suspension of license or certificate

Current through March 28, 2022

1. If the Board stays an order for revocation or suspension of a license or certificate, subject to probation of a designated period, the Board will determine such conditions as it considers appropriate to regulate, monitor or supervise, or any combination thereof, the practice of the licensee or holder of a certificate during the period of probation. These terms may include, but are not limited to, the following:
(a) Informing the Board of the name and address of his or her employer.
(b) Evaluations of his or her performance submitted to the Board by the employer at designated intervals.
(c) Counseling with a qualified professional counselor.
(d) Reports submitted to the Board by the counselor at designated intervals.
(e) Submitting self-evaluation reports at designated intervals.
(f) Reports of random screening for alcohol or drugs submitted, at designated intervals.
(g) Meeting with the professional staff of the Board, at designated intervals.
(h) Working under supervision as approved by the professional staff of the Board.
(i) Successfully completing any educational courses required by the Board.
2. Before expiration of the period of probation, the file and reports concerning the licensee or holder of a certificate may be reviewed and evaluated by the Board and action may be taken to reinstate the license or certificate. If at any time the Board determines that the terms of probation are violated or that the progress and performance under the probation are unsatisfactory, the period of probation may be extended summarily, the terms of probation may be modified or the order of suspension or revocation may be invoked summarily.
3. The licensee or holder of a certificate shall pay the cost to comply with the terms of his or her probation required by the Board pursuant to this section.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 632.927
Added to NAC by Bd. of Nursing, eff. 8-5-86; A 11-6-95

NRS 632.120, 632.320, 632.325

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