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For other services, please contact us via email at [email protected] or by phone (406) 841-2300. Effective Oct 1, 2015, Montana joined the NLC (Nurse Licensure Compact) allowing all MT unencumbered licensees with a primary residence of MT to be eligible for a multi-state license.When does the Montana Board of Nursing meet?
The Montana Board of Nursing met on October 14, 2020 and as part of board action moved to waive all continuing education requirements for all licensees renewing in 2020 (“even year renewals”) and all licensees renewing in 2021 (“odd year renewals”). This applies to all medication aide IIs, LPNs, RNs, and APRNs licensed in Montana.Are there continuing education requirements for LPNs in Montana?
This applies to all medication aide IIs, LPNs, RNs, and APRNs licensed in Montana. The Board made this decision in recognition of the difficulties obtaining continuing education due to the current pandemic. There will be no continuing education (CE) requirements to renew and therefore no audit of CE after renewal. See more details here: memoWhat are the rules for a nursing license?
The state’s duty to protect those who receive nursing care is the basis for a nursing license. Safe, competent nursing practice is grounded in the law as written in the state nurse practice act (NPA) and the state rules/regulations. Together the NPA and rules/regulations guide and govern nursing practice.