Np alliance 11 2017
2017 np alliance avatar 256x256
Nurse Practitioner Alliance of Alabama

Important Announcement From Alabama Board of Nursing

Posted over 5 years ago by Richard Brown

TO SUBSCRIBERS OF ABN LIST SERV FOR CRNP AND CNM

The Board of Nursing plans to conduct public hearings throughout Alabama in September and October 2012.  The purpose of the public hearings is for CRNPs and CNMs to provide opinions to the Board of Nursing regarding the legislation that was proposed in the 2012 Regular Legislative Session that allowed the Board of Medical Examiners to issue the certificate for controlled substance prescriptive authority and required CRNPs and CNMs to be regulated by both the Board of Medical Examiners (for controlled substances) and the Board of Nursing (for everything else). 

The purpose of the survey is for you to tell us the best day of the week and time for the public hearings.  Proposed cities are also listed.  If you would answer the survey by 8 am August 20, 2012, we will establish the dates and locations and send out information about the locations of the public hearings.  At that time we will also send you a copy of the legislation with some questions the Board of Nursing has related to your opinions.

To answer the survey, please go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BR2QQFP

If the link does not work, copy the URL and paste into your browser address field.

Although we will not discuss the national conversation regarding the APRN Consensus Model, please read about it on the web site of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, https://www.ncsbn.org/aprn.htm

Look for upcoming information about the Consensus Model from the Board.

N. Genell Lee, MSN, RN, JD
Executive Officer
Alabama Board of Nursing
P.O. Box 303900
Montgomery, AL  36130-3900
1-800-656-5318
334-293-5210
Fax:  334-293-5201
www.abn.alabama.gov

"Ability is what you are capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it." Lou Holtz

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious." Albert Einstein