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board rule

A measuring device for finding the number of board feet in a board without calculation.
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Statutes and state board rules addressing commissions and contingent fees generally do not follow the text in the Model Code adopted by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy.
Newly added Board Rule 216.1(14) defines "licensing period" as the period of time in which nursing licensure status is current; it is determined by the licensee's birth month and year (usually beginning on the first day of the month after the birth month and ending on the last day of the birth month).
* Texas Medical Board Rules 170 and 195, available at: www.tmb.state.tx.us/page/board-rules
NPAC met on May 7, 2018, to review and consider proposed revisions to Board Rule 216 drafted by Board staff in response to the Board's charge.
* violates the NPA or a Board rule and contributed to the death or serious injury of a patient;
Revisions to Board Rule 214.9 relating to Program of Study to remove the minimum number of required hours for vocational nursing education programs of study; and
In addition, the Board approved a charge for the Nursing Practice Advisory Committee (NPAC) to review and make recommendations regarding Board Rule 217.16, Minor Incidents.
The requirement for nurses who work in an emergency department to complete at least two contact hours related to forensic evidence collection within two years of the initial date of employment in an emergency department remains in Board Rule. The updated rule requires completion of forensic education prior to performing a performing a forensic examination.
In general, the Texas Nursing Practice Act and Board Rules and Regulations establish a nurse's duty to initiate CPR and require every nurse, regardless of expertise, specialty or practice setting to provide safe and effective care for clients.
While all the delegation criteria are important in Board Rule 224.6, the RN must take into consideration how the supervisory standards will be met as delegation decisions are made.
When deciding to accept an assignment or perform a procedure, the LVN is responsible for ensuring that the standards in Board Rule 217.11 can be met.