36-9A NURSE PRACTITIONERS AND MIDWIVES
NURSE PRACTITIONERS AND MIDWIVES
Definition of terms.
Board license required to practice as nurse practitioner or nurse midwife.
Temporary permit to practice.
License to practice of person licensed under laws of other state.
Temporary permit issued to person licensed under laws of other state.
Unlicensed practice permitted in certain situations.
Joint control by nursing board and medical and osteopathic examiners board.
Board to appoint advisory committee--Terms--Duties.
Quorum required of boards--Concurrence required for action--Record of proceedings.
Subpoena and inspection powers of boards.
Delegation of activities to members or employees.
Filing of application for licensure--Form--Fee--Issuance of license.
Criminal background investigation of applicants for licensure and licensees under
Title used by nurse practitioner or nurse midwife.
Nurse practitioner functions.
Nurse midwife functions.
Advanced practice nursing functions.
Practice of pharmacy prohibited.
"Collaborative agreement" defined.
Advanced practice nursing and medical functions--Collaborative agreement required.
Modification of collaboration--Method and frequency.
Collaborative agreement not to include abortion.
Waiver of collaborative agreement requirement.
Hospital services--Rules and regulations.
Practice status altered--New or amended collaborative agreement required.
List of approved programs.
Renewal of license.
Notice of renewal--Issuance of renewal license.
Reinstatement of lapsed license.
Inactive status--Request for.
Deposit of fees--Withdrawal--Report of receipts and expenditures.
Balance of fees--Use--Deficit shared between boards.
Revocation or suspension of license--Grounds.
Revocation or suspension of license--Initiation of proceedings.
Revocation or suspension of license--Procedure.
Revocation or suspension of license--Physical or mental condition of holder--Examination.
Appeal of revocation or suspension.
Reissuance of revoked or suspended license.
Proof of single act only required.
Prosecution of violations.
Injunction an alternative to criminal proceedings.
Promulgation of rules by boards.
Locum tenens license.
Requirements for receiving locum tenens license--Petition.
Renewal of locum tenens license.
Post-graduate studies required to renew locum tenens license.
Application by nurse practitioner or midwife for locum tenens license.