Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code

Part VI. Records and Reporting

12VAC5-542-140. Reporting requirements.

Reporting requirements of nurse practitioner/nurse midwife schools and scholarship recipients are as follows:

1. Each nurse practitioner/nurse midwife school shall maintain accurate records of the status of scholarship recipients until the recipients graduate and during any postgraduate year that a scholarship is awarded. The schools shall provide a report listing the academic status of each recipient annually to the Nursing Scholarship Committee.

2. Each scholarship recipient shall, at any time, provide information as requested by the commissioner to verify compliance with the practice requirements of the scholarship contract. The recipient shall report any change of mailing address, change of academic standing, change of intent to fulfill his contractual obligation and any other information which may be relevant to the contract at such time as changes or information may occur. The recipient shall promptly respond with such information as may from time to time be requested by the commissioner.

3. The Nursing Scholarship Committee will report annually to the board the following: number of applicants for scholarships, number of scholarships awarded, number of Virginia residents awarded scholarships, number of minorities and students from medically underserved areas awarded scholarships, total funding awarded, the practice sites of former scholarship recipients, and the number of students making monetary repayment of scholarship with reasons for failure to practice identified.

Statutory Authority

§§ 32.1-12, 32.1-122.5, and 32.1-122.6:02 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR355-40-700 § 6.1, eff. August 1, 1994.

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