Collaborative Agreement Virginia

G. In the event that a physician who works as a physician on the patient care team dies, is disabled, withdraws from active practice, abandons his or her licence, or is suspended or revoked by the board of directors or moves his or her practice so that he or she is no longer able to serve and a nurse is unable to enter into a new practice contract with another physician on the patient care team, the nurse may continue to practise after informing the delegate or his alternate of the chambers and receiving this communication. This nurse may continue to treat patients without a doctor on the healthcare team for an initial period not exceeding 60 days, provided that the nurse continues to prescribe only suitable medications previously approved by the practice agreement with that physician and has access to adequate contributions from appropriate health care providers in complex clinical cases and medical emergencies and for transfers. The delegate or alternate on the boards of directors authorizes the nurse to continue the practice provided for in this subdivision for an additional 60 days, provided that the nurse demonstrates that he or she has made efforts to find another physician on the patient care team and has access to medical contributions. “clinical experience” means the provision of post-gradual health care directly to patients, in accordance with a practice agreement with a physician on the patient care team. Before allowing full autonomy of practice, PNs must complete five years of full-time clinical experience as a licensed nurse under a practice agreement with a physician. (Valid from 1 July 2018. Status not updated) I. A copy of this certificate must be presented to the rooms together with a fee set by the rooms. After receiving such a certificate and verifying that a nurse meets the requirements of this subdivision, the councils shall issue to the nurse a new licence stating that the nurse has the right to practise without a practice agreement. . .

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