Nev. Admin. Code § 632.929 - Reissuance of license or certificate: Period during which licensee or certificate holder may not apply for reissuance; requirements for reissuance

Current through March 28, 2022

1. The Board will, in each order of revocation it issues, prescribe a period during which a licensee or holder of a certificate may not apply for the reissuance of his or her license or certificate. The period will not be less than 1 year or more than 20 years.
2. An applicant for reissuance of a license or certificate must:
(a) Submit an application for reissuance on a form provided by the Board;
(b) If he or she is applying for reissuance of a license, satisfy all requirements for renewal of a license;
(c) If he or she is applying for reissuance of a certificate, satisfy all requirements for renewal of a certificate;
(d) Attest that he or she has not, during the period of revocation of the license or certificate, violated any state or federal statute or regulation governing the practice of nursing or the practice of a nursing assistant or medication aide - certified; and
(e) Attest that there is no disciplinary action pending against him or her before any board or other regulatory body having jurisdiction over the practice of nursing or the practice of a nursing assistant or medication aide - certified.
3. The Board may designate requirements in addition to the requirements of subsection 2 that must be satisfied before an applicant will be considered for reissuance of a license or certificate, including, without limitation, completion of additional courses or programs.
4. The Executive Director of the Board or a person designated by the Executive Director:
(a) May review an application for reissuance of a license or certificate to determine whether the application satisfies the requirements of this section.
(b) May deny an application which he or she determines does not satisfy the requirements.
5. In considering the reissuance of a license or certificate which has been revoked, the Board will evaluate:
(a) The severity of the act which resulted in revocation of the license or certificate;
(b) The conduct of the applicant after the revocation of the license or certificate;
(c) The lapse of time since revocation;
(d) The degree of compliance with all conditions the Board may have stipulated as a prerequisite for reissuance of the license or certificate;
(e) The degree of rehabilitation attained by the applicant as evidenced by statements to the Board from qualified people who have professional knowledge of the applicant; and
(f) The truthfulness of the attestations made by the applicant pursuant to subsection 2.
6. An applicant for reissuance of a license or certificate may be requested to appear before the Board.
7. After evaluation, the Board will deny or grant the reissuance of the license or certificate.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 632.929
Added to NAC by Bd. of Nursing, eff. 8-5-86; A 5-9-96; R112-11, 2-15-2012

NRS 632.120, 632.330

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