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Working Agenda

August 1-3, 2012

Orlando, Florida


To protect and promote the health of all residents and visitors in the state through organized state and community efforts, including cooperative agreements with counties.


1CREDENTIALS SUMMARY OF CONDITIONS


CONTINUING EDUCATION–required within 6 months of licensure


PROBATION (P1)

Standard terms= [A] violate no laws

[B] report changes in address, employer, arrests, or violations of probation or orders from another jurisdiction

[C] quarterly self reports

[D] quarterly nursing employer reports

[G] tolling

Direct supervision [H]= direct supervision, regularly assigned unit, no employment by nurse registry, nurse employment agency or home health agency, no multiple employers or self-employment


IPN (V6)

V6A–must sign IPN contract

V6B-must have IPN evaluation and contract if recommended

V6C-must have IPN evaluation and contract if recommended; if contract not recommended, probation


1SUMMARY OF DISCIPLINE

CONTINUING EDUCATION–required within 6 months of licensure


PROBATION (P3)

Standard terms= [A] violate no laws

[B] report changes in address, employer, arrests, or violations of probation or orders from another jurisdiction

[C] quarterly self reports

[D] quarterly nursing employer reports

[G] tolling

Direct supervision [H]= direct supervision, regularly assigned unit, no employment by nurse registry, nurse employment agency or home health agency, no multiple employers or self-employment

C1


PROBATION (P4)

Stayed suspension conditioned on compliance


IPN (V6)

V6A–suspension until entry into IPN, suspension stayed while compliant

V6B- suspension until IPN evaluation and contract if recommended, suspension stayed while compliant

V6C- suspension until IPN evaluation and contract if recommended suspension stayed while compliant; if contract not recommended, probation


SUSPENSION (V)

V1-suspend until appearance to demonstrate safety

V2-suspend until appearance to demonstrate safety with IPN coordinated evaluation

V3-suspend for a minimum period and thereafter until appearance to demonstrate safety with IPN coordinated evaluation

V4-suspend until fine and costs/bounced check paid

V5A

V5B

V5F-suspend until compliant with previous final order


REVOCATION

V8- revocation

Florida Board of Nursing

Staff Guidelines for Acceptable Disciplinary CE

WWW.CEBROKER.COM

CE AREA

HOURS/OPTIONS

TYPICAL CONTENT

Anger Management

4 hr

8 hr

  • Definition, assessment, management of anger

  • Positive anger management tools

  • Resources

Assessment

2 hr

8 hr

40 hr full course

  • Health History, including cultural assessment

  • Fundamental physical assessment techniques

  • Assessing body systems: Integumentary, Respiratory, Cardiac, Gastrointestinal, Reproductive, Musculoskeletal, Neurological

Critical Thinking

2 hr

8 hr

  • Definition

  • Characteristics and skills that demonstrate critical thinking

  • Strategies to improve ability to think critically

Delegation

2 hr

8 hr

  • Aspects that a nurse needs to consider when delegating

  • Professional roles that a nurse cannot delegate

  • Process for effective delegation

Documentation

2 hr

8 hr

  • Process of charting

  • Common charting errors

  • Implications of poor record keeping

  • Emerging issues, i.e., faxes, computers, HIPAA

  • Legal case review

Ethics

2 hr

8 hr

(may be combined with Legal Aspects)

  • Ethical decision making

  • Concepts of beneficence, justice and autonomy

  • History of ethics in nursing

  • Common ethical issues/case review, frameworks

  • Resources

Legal Aspects

2 hr

8 hr

(may be combined with Ethics)

  • Nursing Practice Act: purpose and role of Board; definitions of advanced, professional, and practical nursing; scope of practice; grounds for disciplinary actions

  • Delegation

  • Documentation & medical record keeping

  • Informed consent

  • Case review

LPN Supervision

30 hr

  • Per 64B9-15

  • Note: RNs may take this course; for CE credit for RNs, at least 2 hours must be on the RN role

Medication Administration

16 hr

Supervised lab

  • Standard abbreviations

  • Transcription of orders

  • Calculations, including pediatric dosages

  • Preparation and administration of oral, parental, intravenous medications, fluids

  • Legal responsibilities related to medication administration, observation, documentation, and record keeping

  • Common errors and strategies to avoid them










Pain Management

2 hr

8 hr

  • Classifying acute and chronic pain

  • Assessment and reassessment strategies

  • Barriers to effective pain management; psychology of pain

  • Pain intensity scales

  • Pharmacological pain interventions

  • Non-pharmacological pain management

  • Interdisciplinary discharge planning

  • Patient/family education

Patient Rights

2 hr

  • Specific rights protected by federal and state laws

  • Right to be informed

  • Right to exercise self-determination

  • Protection of personal privacy

  • Forms of abuse

  • Reporting violations

Pharmacology

16 hr

40 hr

  • Classification systems

  • Drug forms, routes, actions, uses, precautions, interactions, and side effects

  • Computation and dosages

  • Asepsis

  • Resources

Professional

Standards

Varies

  • Programs on Standards from Professional Associations

  • Curriculums approved by Professional Associations

  • Examples (not limited to): Association of Operating Room Nurses, Association of Critical Care Nurses, American Nurses Association, Infusion Nurses Society, Oncology Nurses Association

Refresher

Remedial Courses

80 didactic and 96 hours clinical

  • All disciplinary board-ordered refresher or remedial courses require didactic and clinical components that are in compliance with 64B9-3.025.

  • Additional clinical hours in specialized or general areas may be specified

Universal Protocol




  • Agency specific, agency provided inservices on JCAHO requirements for procedural timeout and other standards


Note: 2 & 8 hour courses offered by CE Providers; 40 hour courses may be offered by CE Providers but are more commonly part of a nursing program curriculum.


MEETING AGENDA

August 1-3, 2012

Orlando, Florida


Board Members:

Ann-Lynn Denker, ARNP, PhD--Chair

Lavigne Ann Kirkpatrick, RN—Vice-Chair

Jessie Colin, PhD, RN

Leonard Connors, JD

Cathy Oles Gordon, LPN, BPS

Linda Horton, EdD, PhD, MSN, NS-C, RN-C

Barbara Kemp

Maria Kolb, LPN

John McDonough, CRNA, Ed.D., ARNP

Jody Newman, Ed.S., Ed.D

Sandra L. Walker, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC

Vacant LPN Position

Vacant RN Position


Council on Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA Council) Members:

Lois Gackenheimer, Ph.D,RN, NHA , Chair

Mary Botter, PhD, RN

Christie King, RN, CNA

Amy Sutton, CNA

Lydel Wright, LPN, RN


Attorneys:

Lee Ann Gustafson, Esq., Senior Assistant Attorney General

Rachel Clark, Esq., Assistant Attorney General

William F. Miller, Esq., Prosecution Services, MQA Enforcement

Casey Cowan, Esq., Prosecution Services, MQA Enforcement

Jodi-Ann Johnson, Esq., Prosecution Services, MQA Enforcement

Board Staff:

Joe Baker, Jr., Executive Director

Janet Doke, BSN, RN, Acting Director of Nursing Education

Will Spooner, Program Operations Administrator

Shanna Pelt, Regulatory Supervisor Consultant

Linda Deterding, RN, BSN, CDE Nurse Consultant


New Schedule effective August 2011 Board Meeting


Wednesday @ 8:30am

CNA Council

Applicants with criminal history and discipline

Exemptions

Licensure Informal Hearings

Education


Wednesday @ 2:00 pm

Credentials Committee

RN, LPN, and ARNP applicants with criminal history, discipline, and health history

RN, LPN and ARNP exemption applicants


Education Committee

New Program Requests

Other Education items


Thursday @ 8:30am

Full Board:

CNA Discipline

Reinstatements and Compliance Issues

Settlement Agreements

Voluntary Relinquishments

Informal Hearings

Informal Waivers

Motion to Vacate

RN, LPN and ARNP Discipline

Voluntary Relinquishments

Practice Issues

Advanced Practice Issues

Special Education Issues

Legislative Issues

Approval of Minutes (previous meeting, committee recommendations)

Thursday @ 1:00pm

RN, LPN and ARNP Discipline

Petitions for Hearing/Modification

Recommended Orders

Reinstatements and Compliance Issues

Informal Hearings

Licensure Informal Hearings

Other Items for Board Consideration


Friday @ 8:30am

Full Board

RN, LPN and ARNP Settlement Agreements

RN, LPN and ARNP Informal Waivers

Board Reports




2012 Meeting Dates


Location

Agenda Item Deadline


February 1-3, 2012

Ft. Lauderdale


Ft. Lauderdale Sheraton Airport Hotel

1825 Griffin Road

Dania, Fl 33004

(954) 920-3500

Jan. 3


March 28-30, 2012

Jacksonville


Wyndham Jacksonville Riverwalk

1515 Prudential Drive

Jacksonville, FL 32207

(904) 396-5100

Feb. 28


May 11, 2012

Ft. Lauderdale

(Long Term Policy Planning Meeting)


The Westin Ft. Lauderdale

400 Corporate Drive

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334

(954) 772-1331

April 11


June 6-8, 2012

Tampa


Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay
2900 Bayport Drive
Tampa, FL 33607
(813) 874-1234

May 7


August 1-3, 2012

Orlando


Florida Hotel and Conference Center
1500 Sand Lake Road
Orlando, FL 32809
407-859-1500

July 2


October 3-5, 2012

Tallahassee


Holiday Inn & Suites Conference Center
2725 Graves Road
Tallahassee, FL 32303
850-536-2000

Sept. 4


Dec. 5-7, 2012

Sarasota


Hyatt Regency—Sarasota

1000 Boulevard of the Arts,
Sarasota, FL 34236

(941) 953-1234

Nov. 5
Florida Board of Nursing

2012 Meeting Dates
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