Wis. Admin. Code Board of Nursing § N 4.05 - Temporary permits

Current through March 28, 2022

(1) APPLICATION. An applicant for a license to practice nurse-midwifery may be granted a temporary permit to practice nurse-midwifery. An application for a temporary permit to practice nurse-midwifery shall include all of the following:
(a) Verification the applicant has completed an educational program in nurse midwifery accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education, or another accrediting body approved by the board.
(b) Verification the applicant is currently licensed in good standing to practice as a professional nurse in this state, or of having been issued a multistate license under the nurse licensure compact to practice professional nursing, that is current and in good standing, by another state that has adopted the nurse licensure compact.
(c) The fee specified in s. 440.05(1), Stats.
(2) ISSUING A TEMPORARY PERMIT. The board shall issue a temporary permit to an eligible applicant within one week of the determination of eligibility.
(3) SUPERVISION REQUIRED. The holder of a temporary permit shall practice under the direct supervision of a nurse-midwife licensed under s. 441.15, Stats., or a physician. The holder may not practice beyond the scope of practice of a nurse-midwife as set forth in s. N 4.06.
(5) DURATION.
(a) Except as provided under par. (b), a temporary permit is valid for a period of 6 months or until the permit holder receives notification of failing the examination required for certification under s. N 4.03 (2), whichever occurs first.
(b) If the holder of a temporary permit has also been granted a temporary permit to practice as a registered nurse under s. N 2.31, the temporary permit is valid for the period that coincides with the duration of the temporary permit under s. N 2.34 or until the permit holder receives notification of failing the examination required for certification under s. N 4.03 (2), whichever occurs first.
(c) Practice under a temporary permit, including renewals under sub. (6m), may not exceed 12 months.
(6m) RENEWALS. A temporary permit may be renewed twice for a period of 3 months for each renewal. A second renewal under this subsection may only be granted if the holder of the temporary permit is awaiting examination results or an affidavit is filed with the board identifying a hardship.
(7) DENIAL OR REVOCATION. A temporary permit may be denied or revoked for any of the following reasons:
(a) Violation of any of the rules of conduct for registered nurses in ch. N 7 or for violation of the rules governing nurse-midwives under this chapter.
(b) Failure to pay a fee required under s. 440.05(1), Stats.
(c) Provision of fraudulent information on an application for licensure.
(d) Misrepresentation of being a nurse-midwife or a graduate nurse-midwife when applying for a temporary permit under this section.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Board of Nursing § N 4.05
Cr. Register, September, 1985, No. 357, eff. 10-1-85; r. and recr. (5) (a), am. (1) to (3) and (6), Register, May, 1990, No. 413, eff. 6-1-90; CR 03-009: am. (5) (b) Register November 2003 No. 575, eff. 12-1-2003. Amended by, CR 20-065: renum. (1) to (1) (intro.) and am., cr. (1) (a) to (c), am. (2), (3), renum. (4) to N 4.025 (3) and am., r. and recr. (5), r. (6), cr. (6m), am. (7) (intro.), (a), (b), cr. (7) (d) Register November 2022 No. 793, eff. 2/1/2022

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