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Licensure, Accreditation, Certification, and Education(LACE) PresentationLurissa OsmialowskiChamberlain College of NursingNR510- Leadership and Role of the APNMarch 2019
LACE Intro•Licensure, Accreditation, Certification, and Education•LACE in the states: California, Washington, and Illinois•Continuity •Ohio requirements
Licensure, Accreditation, Certification, Education (LACE)•Licensure•Granting the authority to legally practice (Appendix D, 2018)•Accreditation•Authority reviews/evaluates an educational institution(Boulet & van Zanten, 2014)•Certification •Formal recognition of skills, knowledge, and experience•Certification Exam•Education•Graduate degree awarded by accredited academic institution (Appendix D, 2014)
Licensure•Licensure:•All three states: must obtain active RN license•May become licensed as:•Certified Nurse Practitioner (CNP)•Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM)•Certified Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)•Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS)•California and Illinois only•Certified Psychiatric/ Mental Health Nurse (PMH): •California Only (“Advance Practice Nurse Requirements in California”, 2019)
Scope of Practice•California•Restricted Practice•Requires supervision and delegation,or team management by an outside health discipline•Washington•Full Practice•Under exclusive licensure authority of the Board of Nursing•Illinois•Reduced Practice•Requires state regulated collaborativeagreement with an outside health discipline (DeCapua, 2019)
Accreditation•Accreditation•California•National League of Nursing or USDE•