Collaborative Agreement Delaware

Full independent practice power, which is granted after two years of practice under a cooperation agreement with a physician. The cooperation agreement must indicate how the physician and the NP will collaborate, coordinate and consult, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Board of Nursing. Del. Code Ann. §24-1936 If you access the prescribed authority over standard pharmacological drugs (uncontrolled substances), either an official in your health system or a licensed physician, dentist or pedicator in Delaware may sign the cooperation agreement. If you are also applying for a mandatory authority for controlled substances, a physician, dentist, or licensed podiatrist in Delaware must sign the agreement. The cooperation agreement will not necessarily be with a single doctor. It can be with a doctor, pedicator or dentist or with a health care system. The Delaware Board of Nursing (dpr.delaware.gov/boards/nursing/) is under the banner of the Division of Professional Regulation (DPR). The licensing agency can be reached by e-mail at “customerservice.dpr in state.de.us” or by phone at (302) 744-4500. The draft law removes the cooperation agreements for the licensing of APRN, which are already in force with a cooperation agreement on 1 July 2015. All new APRN graduates and nurses who aspire to independent practice must train for 2 years and at least 4,000 hours full-time under a cooperation agreement. Delaware Affiliate of the American College of Nurse Midwives delaware.midwife.org/ The prescriptive authority requires, in addition to the cooperation agreement, documentation of related course work.

The GSP needs course work in the following areas: f. All decisions of the Committee are final and consistent. If the practitioner does not agree with the action of the board of directors, the practitioner may contest the decision of the board of directors before the Superior Court within thirty days of the service or the sealed date of the copy of the decision given to the practitioner. The appeal is recorded before the Supreme Court and is scheduled in accordance with §10142-10145 of Title 29. (24 Del.C. 1953, § 1921; 54 Del. Laws, c. 153, 64 Del. Laws, c. 26, § 1; 65 Laws, c. 221, § 1; 70 Laws, c. 186, § 1; 70 Del.

Laws, c. 482, §21, 22, 29; 74 Del. Laws, c. 262, § 36.) If APRN/CNM candidates have never worked in their specialty, they must enter into a cooperation agreement with a physician with a license to practice in Delaware. The cooperation agreement form is included in the application package. This Agreement sets out the modalities for patient consultation and transfer by the APRN to the designated healthcare professional. While many women prefer to give birth at home under the care of a midwife, Delaware made it a crime in 2013 for midwives without a nurse to practice in a woman`s home if they do not work with a licensed doctor and have a written cooperation agreement. Registered nurse midwives in Delaware are not subject to these restrictions. As of 2015, only a midwife without a nurse in the state had the legal right to practice in Delaware and serve Amish and Mennonite women. (g) “independent practice by an advanced nurse practitioner” means advanced nurse practitioners who practice and prescribe without written guidelines or protocols, but with a cooperative agreement with a Physician, Dentist, Podiatrist or Licensed Health Care System in Delaware and with the authorization of the Joint Practice Committee. .

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