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Regulation. NURSE PRACTICE ACT. 1443.5 STANDARDS OF COMPETENCE

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Nurse practice act
NURSE PRACTICE ACT

  • 1443.5 STANDARDS OF COMPETENCE

  • (6) Acts as the client’s advocate . . . by initiating action to improve health care or to change decisions or activities which are against the interests or wishes of the client, and by giving the client the opportunity to make informed decisions about health care before it is provided.


Types of regulation
Types of Regulation

  • Title 16

  • Title 22

  • Title 23


Regulatory
REGULATORY

  • Board of Registered Nurses (BRN)

  • Department of Health Services

  • Department of Social Services

  • Board of Medicine

  • Licensed Vocational Nurses

  • Department of Consumer Affairs


Government 101
GOVERNMENT 101

What are Regulations?


Regulations: develop and grow through administrative efforts within the Executive Branch


Regulations
Regulations

  • Passed by a Regulatory Board

  • Must have a public hearing process described by the OAL

    • First Hearing 90 Days

    • Second Hearing 45 Days

    • Review to determine public safety and authority


Ab 394 kuehl

AB 394 KUEHL

NURSE STAFFING SAFETY ACT


Title 22
Title 22

  • Department of Licensing

  • Implementation January 2004


Industrial welfare commission

INDUSTRIAL WELFARECOMMISSION

AB 60 (1999) Re-established an eight hour day / 40 hour a week work schedule for overtime.


Iwc hearings
IWC HEARINGS

  • Establish exceptions such as 10 and 12 hour shifts

  • Review Mandatory Overtime Issues and establish rules

  • Review break and lunch issues and establish rules


Iwc continued
IWC CONTINUED

  • Time and 1/2 for any missed break or lunch

  • The longest workday can not exceed 16 hours

  • 10 and 12 hour days approved with a 2/3 vote of the staff on the unit

  • Any staff member not wishing to work the extended hours must be accommodated


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