Yet data from the Oklahoma Board of Nursing indicates that schools are barely keeping up with current demand.
What does OBN stand for?
OBN stands for Oklahoma Board of Nursing
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- Ohio Board of Nursing
- Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (Oklahoma)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Public Policy -- President of National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Executive Director, Tennessee Board of Nursing; Deputy Director, Oklahoma Board of Nursing.
The Oklahoma Board of Nursing recently amended the rules for the Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, and Advanced Practice Nurse.
From 1987-1999, she was the Deputy Executive Director for the Oklahoma Board of Nursing.
You probably walked away from the discussion feeling secure about the practice of nursing Nursing owns the "nurse practice act" so nurses would be the only ones able to change it; and any changes would be lead by the regulatory board over nursing--The Oklahoma Board of Nursing.
Sound bite: The Oklahoma Board of Nursing is the appropriate entity to provide efficient and focused regulation for Oklahoma nurses.
The Oklahoma Board of Nursing is in the process of adding language in Rules for continued competency requirements in section 485:10-7-3 [485:10-9-3] for the renewal of a nursing license to be effective January 1, 2014 Each licensee will be required to demonstrate evidence of continuing qualifications for practice through the completion of one or more requirements within the past two years prior to the expiration date of the license.