nursing jurisprudence


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nursing jurisprudence

The application of the principles of law as they relate to the practice of nursing, to the obligations of nurses to their patients, and to the relations of nurses with each other and with other health care professionals.
See also: jurisprudence
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Question: When do I need to comply with the new targeted CNE in nursing jurisprudence and ethics?
The start of this licensure cycle is prior to January 1, 2014; therefore, a nursing jurisprudence and ethics course is not required in order to renew the license by the end of November 2014.
Question: Is the new nursing jurisprudence and ethics requirement for one course in nursing jurisprudence and ethics or do I have to take two separate courses, one course in nursing jurisprudence and one course in nursing ethics?
The Texas Board of Nursing (BON) will present four nursing jurisprudence and ethics workshops in 2012.
Attendance at the nursing jurisprudence and ethics workshops is not mandatory for licensure renewal.
Highlights of these changes are: applicants will be required to submit a course completion form from any of the following: (1) a Board approved nursing jurisprudence and ethics course, (2) the online Texas Board of Nursing Jurisprudence Prep Course, or (3) the Texas Board of Nursing jurisprudence and ethics workshop.
The workshop was an effort to reach out to nurses working in "sister" agencies and provide them with an opportunity to apply nursing jurisprudence and ethics to their individual practice areas.
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