Ohio nursing law mandating
Safe, competent nursing practice is grounded in the law as written in the state nurse practice act and its rules.
The laws of the nursing profession can only function properly if nurses know the current laws governing practice in their state.
Each licensed medical professional works under laws, statutes, and standards derived from local, state, and federal governing bodies in addition to the professional practice guidelines that apply.
Maybe it is time to dust off your copy of the Practice Act you have sworn, yes, sworn, to abide by.
(D) "Assessing health status" means the collection of data through nursing assessment techniques, which may include interviews, observation, and physical evaluations for the purpose of providing nursing care.
L.111-148, the Patient Protection & Affordability Care Act completed by the AARP Center to Champion Nursing.
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation. ONA #16568 has received ONA approval for 2 Category A contact hours. You must read the material on this page before you can take the test. It is only when you pick up the Nurse Practice Act written by the State Legislature of the state in which you are applying for licensure that you can know if you meet the specific definition of who may go by the title, nurse.