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NCSBNNational Council of State Boards of Nursing
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For more information, go to the NCSBN webpage, https://www.ncsbn.org/next-generation-nclex.htm for Frequently Asked Questions to help future candidates, educators and other nursing stakeholders better understand the NGN project.
Two standards in the NCSBN Model Rules (NCSBN, 2012) address CPD expectations: 3.2.1 (e) (maintains competence through ongoing learning and application of knowledge in registered nursing practice); and 5.6.1 (a) (provide evidence of completion of the continued competence requirements specified in 5.6.2).
According to the NCSBN (2011), with regard to violation of a patient's privacy, the Boards of Nursing took disciplinary action based on complaints in 79% of those cases.
A changing environment: 2016 NCSBN environmental scan Journal of Nursing Regulation, 6( 4 ), 4-37.
The 2017 RN Practice Analysis is now available on the NCSBN website.
This tool's use was intended to assist state boards of nursing in collecting data reported to them in a consistent manner to explore patterns in nursing practice breakdown and to differentiate breakdown in nursing practice from misconduct and purposive negligence (NCSBN, 2009).
Oppose the NCSBN eAPRN Nurse Compact Licensure legislation.
NCSBN President Katherine Thomas, MN, RN, FAAN, executive director, Texas Board of Nursing, noted, "We have made great strides in unlocking access to nursing care across the nation and are thrilled to begin this process.
In order to assure that the NCLEX measures the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to ensure safe nurse practice in an evolving nursing practice environment, the NCSBN has a team of experts who continually review and research the exam content to assure its validity and pertinence.
A record of disciplinary action can be found on www.nursys.com, the national database for nurse licensure (NCSBN, n.d.a).
The Simulation Education Solutions for Nursing (SESN) initiative is designed to assist schools of nursing to enhance their curricula to respond to results of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) landmark study (www.ncsbn.org/685.htm) and the NCSBN's recently published simulation guidelines (www.journalofnursingregulation.com/article/ S2155-8256(15)30783-3/pdf).
The goal of this innovative on-going collaboration is to pass legislation in Arizona to amend the Nurse Practice Act in accordance with the 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommendations and the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) Advanced Practice Consensus Model guidelines.