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Each person licensed as a registered nurse (RN) in Ohio must complete twenty-four (24) contact hours of continuing education during each licensure period. At least one (1) of the required contact hours must be related to Chapter 4723 of the Ohio nurse practice code and rules (Category A).What is the scope of Nursing Practice in Ohio?
The Ohio Board of Nursing has developed a Scope of Practice Decision-Making Model to help nurses determine whether a task is within their scope of practice. The model uses a decision tree with references and is based on legality, competency, safety, and accountability.What is the Ohio State Board of Nursing?
The Ohio Board of Nursing is the regulatory board and an agency of state government that was set up by means of the enactment by the Ohio General Assembly. Its mission is to uphold the health of the public through effective regulation of nursing care.What are the requirements to become a RN?
RN education degree requirements range from a diploma to a bachelor’s degree. Diploma programs are offered at hospitals and typically last three years. Associate’s degrees in nursing are offered at community colleges and take two to three years to complete.