(a)  Home state Boards shall include in all licensure disciplinary orders or agreements that limit practice or require monitoring the requirement that the licensee subject to said order or agreement will agree to limit the licensee's practice to the home state during the pendency of the disciplinary order or agreement.  This requirement may, in the alternative, allow the nurse to practice in other party states with prior written authorization from both the home state and such other party state Boards.

(b)  An individual who had a license which was surrendered, revoked, suspended, or an application denied for cause in a prior state of primary residence, may be issued a single state license in a new primary state of residence until such time as the individual would be eligible for an unrestricted license by the prior state(s) or adverse action. Once eligible for licensure in the prior state(s); a multistate license may be issued.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 90-171.37; 90-171.85(f); 90-171.87(4);

Eff. July 1, 2000;

Amended Eff. July1, 2012.