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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Agency 90. Board of Nursing

Chapter 19.
Regulations Governing the Practice of Nursing
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  • Part III.
    Licensure and Renewal; Reinstatement
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  • Section 110
    Licensure by examination
    Section 120
    Licensure by endorsement
    Section 130
    Licensure of applicants from other countries
    Section 140
    Provisional licensure of applicants for licensure as registered nurses
    Section 150
    Renewal of licenses
    Section 160
    Continued competency requirements for renewal of an active license
    Section 170
    Documenting compliance with continued competency requirements
    Section 180
    Inactive licensure
    Section 190
    Reinstatement of lapsed licenses or license suspended or revoked
    Section 200
    Restricted volunteer license and registration for voluntary practice by out-of-state licensees
Section 240
Definitions for delegation of nursing tasks and procedures
Section 250
Criteria for delegation
Section 260
Assessment required prior to delegation
Section 270
Supervision of delegated tasks
Section 280
Nursing tasks that shall not be delegated
FORMS (18VAC90-19)

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