relicensure

relicensure

(riːˈlaɪsɛnʃə)
n
the process of being licensed again to practise a particular profession
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Only 36 states require continuing education for relicensure (Yoder-Wise, 2010) and only one state requires content related to the IOM core competencies (Florida, 2 contact hours on preventing medical errors).
That testimony proved to be successful in blocking proposed legislation that would have negatively impacted nursing relicensure particularly in rural areas.
This course is approved for 6.2 contact hours applicable for APRN, RN, LPN, or LMHT relicensure. Kansas State Board of Nursing provider number LT0298-0316, KAR 60-7-107 (b)(3)(C).
Earning the microcredentials offered not only a new path for Katie's relicensure but also a way for her district to reward her (with a salary bonus) for developing the knowledge and skills needed to engage students in deeper learning.
Physicians undergoing relicensure are required to complete a mandatory survey, which includes questions regarding their demographics, practice location, professional activities, hours worked, primary and secondary specialty, and whether they have completed residency and fellowship training.
When considering the required use of a portfolio for relicensure, it is important to take a moment to look at the underlying issue of continued competency in health care.
5) An annual name-based criminal records check and a motor vehicle check for licensed foster parents are required for relicensure. (6) Persons formerly licensed as foster parents will be treated as new applicants if the former foster parents have not been licensed for a period of more than one year or if the foster parents have lived out of state for any period of time since being licensed in Montana.
A particular concern by not having any legal requirements for relicensure is the perception of other registered nurses living outside the state who believe the quality of nursing practice in Missouri inferior.
However, few courses are offered and state relicensure concentrate on general numerical requirements do not ensure practitioner exposure to programs that would assist in the care for individuals with special needs.
Reynolds noted that certain state medical licensure boards including those for Arkansas and Pennsylvania have incorporated destigmatizing language into relicensure exams.
Reynolds noted that certain state medical licensure boards, including those for Arkansas and Pennsylvania, have incorporated destigmatizing language into relicensure exams.