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CNS Prescriptive Privileges by State (pdf) - From NCSBN, a January 2012 table detailing clinical nurse specialist prescriptive privileges by state. APRN Maps - From NCSBN, a series of maps that show which states use which titles to represent APRNs, which roles each state recognizes, what education is required for an APRN role by state, as well as where APRNs can practice independently and where they have prescriptive privileges. Regulations of APRN-PMH Practice Affecting Employment This manual contains: Information regarding Regulatory Structure and Authority, Title and Practice Protection A listing of State Boards of Nursing with web links, statute links, and contact information for each A listing of state laws and regulations, with links to applications Information on Scope of Practice, Prescriptive Authority, DEA Registration, and Collaboration/Supervision Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses Legislative Update: State of the States, 2010 Leslie G.



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The American Psychiatric Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

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