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Essential Guide to Practice for Texas Nurse Practitioners
Everything you need to know about rules and regulations pertaining to Nurse Practitioners in Texas, conveniently located all in one place, this essential guide provides important information for new and experienced Nurse Practitioners in Texas, as well as employers of NPs in Texas. Contents include Texas NP Licensure, The Laws, Rules and Agencies Governing NPs in Texas, The Foundations of Practice, Prescriptive Authority, Practice Issues for NPs, The Board of Nursing Disciplinary Process and Alternatives and Liability. Published December 2019.
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Sample Prescriptive Authority Agreement
Updated in 2019 - TNP is pleased to provide a fillable pdf template that can be used as a Prescriptive Authority Agreement (PAA). This PAA is between the physician and the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) listed on the agreement and should be reviewed, dated and signed by all parties to the Agreement at least annually. The price for a downloadable agreement is $25 for TNP members and $40 for non-members. After purchase, please download the document as the link will expire.
Disclaimer: Texas Nurse Practitioners (TNP) provides this information with the express understanding that 1) no attorney-client relationship exists, 2) neither TNP nor its attorneys are engaged in providing legal advice and 3) that the information is of a general character. This is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. While every effort is made to ensure that content is complete, accurate and timely, TNP cannot guarantee the accuracy and totality of the information contained in this publication and assumes no legal responsibility for loss or damages resulting from the use of this content. You should not rely on this information when dealing with personal legal matters; rather legal advice from retained legal counsel should be sought. Any legal forms are only provided for the use of physicians in consultation with their attorneys.