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Licensure Application Types

Current Fee Schedule

 Medication Assistant - Certified (MA-C)Practical Nurse
(PN)
Registered Nurse (RN)Advance Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)
Emeritus Application--No Fee As of 7/1/2020No Fee As of 7/1/2020No Fee As of 7/1/2020
Initial ApplicationTBD----$118.25*
International Application --$118.25*$118.25*--
License by Exam Application--$103.25*$118.25*--
License by Endorsement Application --$138.25*$138.25*--
License by Reinstatement Application--$153.25*$153.25*$153.25*
License Renewal Application$35.00$90.00$90.00$90.00
New Graduate Temporary License Application--No Fee As of 1/1/2020No Fee As of 1/1/2020--
Temporary License Application--$25.00$25.00$25.00
Expiration DateAugust 31st
Even Years
August 31st
Even Years
August 31st
Odd Years
August 31st
Odd Years

*Denotes that the fingerprint processing fee of $28.25 is included. Fingerprint results are valid for up to 6 months.


Other Fees

Record Verification: $30 (there is no fee for verification of a license if it is being sent to another Board of Nursing)
NCLEX Retest – LPN: $75
NCLEX Retest – RN: $90

Endorsement – LPN, RN, and/or APRN

LPN, RN, and/or APRN Applicants Educated in a U.S. State, Territory, or Commonwealth

Licensure by Endorsement means that you have graduated from an approved nursing program, taken/passed the NCLEX or a state board exam, and have been granted and hold an active unencumbered LPN/RN license in a U.S. state, territory, or commonwealth. If you wish to apply for licensure by endorsement in Idaho, you will need to complete the LPN or RN Endorsement Application within the nurse portal. If you are an APRN licensed in another state and wish to apply for licensure in Idaho, you will need to complete the APRN Initial Application (CNM, CNP, CNS, or CRNA) within the nurse portal.

LPN and RN Endorsement

LPN/RN qualification requirements are summarized below. For a full description of the requirements, please reference IDAPA 24.34.01.240.

  1. Graduated from a state approved/accredited nursing program that is substantially equivalent to Idaho’s board-approved nursing programs.
  2. Successfully passed the applicable NCLEX-PN® or NCLEX-RN® exam.
  3. In lieu of the requirements of #1 and #2, have qualifications that are substantially equivalent to Idaho’s minimum requirements.
  4. Have actively practiced nursing at least 80 hours within the preceding 3 years.
  5. Hold a license in good standing from another nursing jurisdiction. The license of any applicant subject to official investigation or disciplinary proceedings is not considered in good standing.

*If you have a question about the qualifications outlined above, please contact the Idaho Board of Nursing directly.

A completed application, includes, but is not limited to:

  • A nurse portal application.
  • Payment of the application fee.
  • Complete a fingerprint-based criminal background check.
  • State license verification.
  • Employment verification.

Fingerprint-Based Criminal Background Check:

  • You are required to submit a full set of fingerprints for the purpose of obtaining a criminal background check.
  • You are exempt from this requirement if you have submitted a fingerprint card to the Idaho Board of Nursing within the last 6 months.
  • You may request the fingerprint card to be mailed to you within your application or by sending a request to: IBN-Info@dopl.idaho.gov.
  • Please disclose all arrests and/or criminal charges, including convictions, within the license application. If your criminal background check includes information not disclosed in your application, it may delay the processing of your application.

State License Verification:

  • Nurse license verification for endorsement is available for many, but not all, Boards of Nursing through NURSYS, an online service for requesting secure electronic verification of licensure between Boards of Nursing and is maintained by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN). Link: https://www.nursys.com/
  • If you are unable to verify your license in NURSYS, it is your responsibility to request that your original state send the Idaho Board of Nursing the Verification of Nurse Licensure in Idaho form.
  • For addition information, click here.

Employment Verification:

  • The employment verification form is available here.

APRN Endorsement via APRN Initial Application

APRN qualification requirements are summarized below. For a full description of the requirements, please reference IDAPA 24.34.01.285 and IDAPA 24.34.01.315.

  1. Hold current licensure to practice as a RN in Idaho. An active Idaho RN license or an active multi-state license from a state that participates in the Nurse Licensure Compact will meet this requirement.
    1. Successful completion of a graduate or post-graduate APRN program which is accredited by a national organization recognized by the Board.
    1. Have a current national certification by an organization recognized by the Board for the specific APRN license you are interested in (CNM, CNP, CNS, CRNA).  

*If you have a question about the qualifications outlined above, including which RN qualifications you must meet simultaneously to be eligible for APRN licensure, please contact the Idaho Board of Nursing directly.

A completed application, includes, but is not limited to:

  • A nurse portal application.
  • Payment of the application fee.
  • Verification of national APRN certification.
  • Transcripts from completed APRN program.
  • Documentation of completing 30 contact hours of pharmacotherapeutics related to APRN practice.  
  • Complete a fingerprint-based criminal background check.
  • Employment verification.

Prescriptive and Dispensing Authority:

  • As part of your APRN Initial Application, you may be required to provide evidence of completion of 30 contact hours of post-basic education in pharmacotherapeutics obtained as part of a formal program related to APRN practice.
  • APRNs that complete their APRN graduate or post-graduate educational program after December 31, 2015 will automatically be granted prescriptive and dispensing authority with the issuance of their Idaho APRN license.
  • If you anticipate an APRN practice that will include prescribing controlled substances, you will need to apply for the required authorizations through the Idaho Board of Pharmacy.

Fingerprint-Based Criminal Background Check:

  • You are required to submit a full set of fingerprints for the purpose of obtaining a criminal background check. 
  • You are exempt from this requirement if you have submitted a fingerprint card to the Idaho Board of Nursing within the last 6 months.
  • You may request the fingerprint card to be mailed to you within your application or by sending a request to: IBN-Info@dopl.idaho.gov.
  • Please disclose all arrests and/or criminal charges, including convictions, within the license application. If your criminal background check includes information not disclosed in your application, it may delay the processing of your application.

Employment Verification:

  • The employment verification form is available here.

LPN, RN, and/or APRN Applicants Educated Internationally

Applicants that are graduates from a school of nursing located outside of the U.S., its territories or commonwealths who currently hold an active and unencumbered license in a U.S. nursing jurisdiction and who meet the necessary qualification requirements may be processed as applicants for licensure by endorsement from another state. A completed LPN or RN Endorsement Application or APRN Initial Application is required in addition to all required documents outlined above.  

LPN, RN, and/or APRN Temporary License

As part of a LPN, RN, and/or APRN application, the applicant may be eligible for a temporary license. The Temporary License Application can be accessed within the nurse portal. A temporary license is a nonrenewable license that expires at the conclusion of the term for which it is issued, or the issuance of a renewable license, whichever occurs first.

To be eligible for a temporary license, the endorsement applicant must first provide proof of current licensure in good standing in another nursing jurisdiction, satisfactory documentation of employment within 3 years immediately preceding the application, and maintain compliance with all applicable endorsement application requirements as outlined by the Idaho Board of Nursing. For full details regarding a temporary license, please reference IDAPA 24.34.01.040., IDAPA 24.34.01.240., IDAPA 24.34.01.295., and IDAPA 24.34.01.315.     

Initial Licensure – APRN

…coming soon…

Licensure by Exam – LPN or RN

Licensure by Exam

Licensure by exam means that you have graduated from an approved nursing program but have not yet taken and achieved a passing score on the applicable NCLEX-PN® or NCLEX-RN® exam (determined by the nursing program that you graduated from) or State Board Test Pool exam and never been licensed as a LPN or RN in another U.S. State, Territory, or Commonwealth. A complete application for licensure by examination consists of a completed Board approved application, all applicable fees, and any additional required documentation.

LPN and RN Applicants Educated in A U.S. State, Territory, or Commonwealth

Applicants that are graduates from a school of nursing located in the U.S., its territories or commonwealths will need to apply using the LPN Initial By Exam Application or RN Initial By Exam Application. Both applications are available in the license application portal found here.

Qualification requirements for Licensure by Exam are summarized below. For a full description of the requirements, please reference IDAPA 24.34.01.220, IDAPA 24.34.01.221, and IDAPA 24.34.01.222.

  1. In-State: Successfully graduated from an Idaho nursing education program approved by the Board and achieved a passing score on the applicable NCLEX-PN® or NCLEX-RN® exam.
  2. Out-Of-State: Successfully graduated from a nursing education program having board of nursing approval in another nursing jurisdiction, providing they meet substantially the same basic educational requirements as graduates of Idaho nursing education programs at the time of application.

*If you have a question about the qualifications outlined above, please contact the Idaho Board of Nursing directly.

A completed application, includes, but is not limited to:

  • A nurse portal application.
  • Payment of the application fee.
  • Official Transcript or Affidavit of Graduation.  
  • Complete a fingerprint-based criminal background check.

Fingerprint-Based Criminal Background Check:

  • You are required to submit a full set of fingerprints for the purpose of obtaining a criminal background check.
  • You are exempt from this requirement if you have submitted a fingerprint card to the Idaho Board of Nursing within the last 6 months.
  • You may request the fingerprint card to be mailed to you within your application or by sending a request to: IBN-Info@dopl.idaho.gov. For recent graduates from an Idaho-based nursing program, you may obtain a copy of the fingerprint card from your nursing program’s administration office.
  • Please disclose all arrests and/or criminal charges, including convictions, within the license application. If your criminal background check includes information not disclosed in your application, it may delay the processing of your application.

LPN and RN Applicants Educated Internationally

Applicants that are graduates from a school of nursing located outside of the U.S., its territories or commonwealths who currently hold an active and unencumbered license in their home country need to apply using the LPN Internationally Educated Application or RN Internationally Educated Application. Both applications are available in the license application portal found here.

Qualification requirements are summarized below. For a full description of the requirements, please reference IDAPA 24.34.01.260.

  1. Demonstrate nursing knowledge and English proficiency skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
  2. Have education qualifications that are substantially equivalent to Idaho’s minimum requirements at the time of application.
  3. Hold a license or other indication of authorization to practice in good standing, issued by a government entity or agency from a country outside of the U.S., its territories, or commonwealths.
  4. Achieve a passing score on the applicable NCLEX-PN® or NCLEX-RN® exam. In lieu of the NCLEX, the Board may accept documentation that the applicant has taken and successfully passed the State Board Test Pool examination.  

*If you have a question about the qualifications outlined above, please contact the Idaho Board of Nursing directly.

A completed application, includes, but is not limited to:

  • A nurse portal application.
  • Payment of the application fee.
  • CGFNS Report, which includes official transcripts, verification of language of instruction and exam, and licensure details from a country outside of the U.S., its territories, or commonwealths.
  • Complete a fingerprint-based criminal background check.

Fingerprint-Based Criminal Background Check:

  • You are required to submit a full set of fingerprints for the purpose of obtaining a criminal background check.
  • You are exempt from this requirement if you have submitted a fingerprint card to the Idaho Board of Nursing within the last 6 months.
  • You may request the fingerprint card to be mailed to you within your application or by sending a request to: IBN-Info@dopl.idaho.gov.
  • Please disclose all arrests and/or criminal charges, including convictions, within the license application. If your criminal background check includes information not disclosed in your application, it may delay the processing of your application.

Register for the NCLEX Exam Through Pearson Vue

  1. Submit an application for initial licensure to the Idaho Board of Nursing as outlined above.
  2. Register for the applicable NCLEX exam with Pearson Vue.
    • You will need a program code to register and an email address must be provided with your registration. Correspondence from Pearson Vue will only be available by email.

Once the Board has received an application and the official transcripts or affidavit of graduation directly from the nursing program, barring there are no concerns within the application, you will be made eligible to test within Pearson Vue. Once you are made eligible, you must test within the validity dates on the Authorization to Test (ATT) email.

For information on registering to test with Pearson Vue, please follow the link: at: http://www.pearsonvue.com/nclex/

NCLEX Exam Special Test Accommodations

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Idaho Board of Nursing provides reasonable accommodations for candidates with disabilities that may interfere with their performance on the NCLEX-PN® or NCLEX-RN® exam.

Applicants for special accommodations are urged to submit their requests and supporting documentation as early in the application process as possible, preferably before submitting the registration to the testing service, to facilitate the review. If there is need for further verification of the disability from the applicant or the professional verifying the disability and the need for modification, it is possible that the decision on granting the modification will be delayed and consequently the date when the candidate can take the exam. Once the request is received together with all the required documentation, the Board will process the request and notify the candidate of the decision.

Please reference Idaho Board of Nursing Policy Number VIII – Licensure- 1.1 Guidelines for Special Accommodations on the NCLEX to learn more.

Access to Request for NCLEX Test Accommodations Form here.

LPN and RN Re-Test Applicants

If an applicant fails to achieve a passing score on the applicable NCLEX-PN® or NCLEX-RN® exam, they may apply to retake the NCLEX exam. A LPN or RN Retest Application is required and may be accessed in the license application portal found here.

There is no limit on the number of times an applicant may repeat the NCLEX following failure to pass. Applicants are allowed to retake the NCLEX exam 45 days after administration of the previous exam.

A new graduate who has not practiced nursing within 12 months following graduation shall meet the requirements for licensees who have been out-of-practice for 3-10 years, i.e., a specific number of hours will be required of supervised nursing practice and submission of an employment reference from the RN supervisor indicating currency of knowledge and competence in performing basic nursing skills.

Access the Request For Re-Test Approval Form here.

Practical Nurse Equivalency

An applicant for practice nurse licensure by exam who has not completed an approved practical nurse program, must provide satisfactory evidence of successful completion of nursing and related courses at an approved school preparing persons for licensure as RNs to include a course in personal and vocational relationships of the practical nurse. Related courses are to be equivalent to those same courses included in a practical nursing program approved by the Board.

A completed LPN Initial By Exam Application, including all required documents requested by the Board, must be submitted to the Board along with all applicable application fees. The application is available in the license application portal found here.

Please reference Idaho Board of Nursing Policy Number VII – Licensure – 3.1: PN Licensure By Examination By Equivalence to learn more.

LPN and RN New Graduate Temporary License

A temporary license to practice nursing until notification of examination results and completion of the criminal background check may be issued to an applicant for Idaho LPN or RN licensure following graduation from a nursing education program recognized by the Board or professional licensing board in another nursing jurisdiction.

The practice of nursing by new graduates holding temporary licensure is limited as follows:

  • Direct supervision by a licensed RN is provided.
  • Precluded from acting as charge nurse.
  • Temporary licenses issued to examination candidates are issued for a period not to exceed three months (90 days).

An applicant who fails to successfully achieve a passing score on the applicable NCLEX-PN® or NCLEX-RN® exam is not eligible for further new graduate temporary licensure.

A completed LPN Temporary License Application (New Graduate) or RN Temporary License Application (New Graduate), including all required documents requested by the Board, must be submitted to the Board. Both applications are available in the license application portal found here.

Reinstatement – LPN, RN, and/or APRN

LPN, RN, and/or APRN Reinstatement

A person whose Idaho LPN, RN, and/or APRN license has lapsed for failure to submit a complete renewal application, and pay the renewal application fee, by the renewal deadline automatically has their license become inactive on the first day following the renewal deadline. The person may apply for reinstatement of their license at any time by submitting a complete reinstatement application, including all required documents requested by the Board, and payment of all applicable application fees.

The reinstatement applications are available in the license application portal found here.

Within the portal, please select the appropriate application based on your previous licensure:

  • LPN Reinstatement Application
  • RN Reinstatement Application
  • Reinstatement (CNS)
  • Reinstatement Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM)
  • Reinstatement Certified Nurse Practitioner (CNP)
  • Reinstatement Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)

LPN and RN Reinstatement

LPN/RN qualification requirements are summarized below. For a full description of the requirements, please reference IDAPA 24.34.01.063.

  1. A person whose Idaho LPN, RN, and/or APRN active license has lapsed for failure to submit a complete renewal application, and pay the renewal application fee, by the renewal deadline.

*If you have a question about the qualifications outlined above, please contact the Idaho Board of Nursing directly.

A completed application, includes, but is not limited to:

  • A nurse portal application.
  • Payment of the application fee.
  • Attestation to Continued Competence Requirements, if applicable.
  • Complete a fingerprint-based criminal background check.
  • Employment verification. 

Continued Competence Requirements:

  • Pursuant to IDAPA 24.34.01.061., nurses have an obligation to comply with continued competence requirements and cannot let their Idaho license lapse and then request reinstatement as a way to circumvent the continued competence requirements.

Fingerprint-Based Criminal Background Check:

  • You are required to submit a full set of fingerprints for the purpose of obtaining a criminal background check.
  • You are exempt from this requirement if you have submitted a fingerprint card to the Idaho Board of Nursing within the last 6 months.
  • You may request the fingerprint card to be mailed to you within your application or by sending a request to: IBN-Info@dopl.idaho.gov.
  • Please disclose all arrests and/or criminal charges, including convictions, within the license application. If your criminal background check includes information not disclosed in your application, it may delay the processing of your application.

Employment Verification:

APRN Reinstatement

APRN qualification requirements for reinstatement are summarized below. For a full description of the requirements, please reference IDAPA 24.34.01.301.

  1. Maintains current privilege to practice as a RN in Idaho.
  2. Submits evidence of current APRN certification by a national organization recognized by the Board.

*If you have a question about the qualifications outlined above, including which RN qualifications you must meet simultaneously to be eligible for APRN licensure, please contact the Idaho Board of Nursing directly.

A completed application, includes, but is not limited to:

  • A nurse portal application.
  • Payment of the application fee.
  • Verification of national APRN certification.
  • Complete a fingerprint-based criminal background check.
  • Employment verification.

Fingerprint-Based Criminal Background Check:

  • You are required to submit a full set of fingerprints for the purpose of obtaining a criminal background check.
  • You are exempt from this requirement if you have submitted a fingerprint card to the Idaho Board of Nursing within the last 6 months.
  • You may request the fingerprint card to be mailed to you within your application or by sending a request to: IBN-Info@dopl.idaho.gov.
  • Please disclose all arrests and/or criminal charges, including convictions, within the license application. If your criminal background check includes information not disclosed in your application, it may delay the processing of your application.

Employment Verification:

Applicants Who Have Been Out of Active Nursing Practice

If an applicant has been out of active nursing practice, the applicant may be required to complete a specific number of supervised practice hours, a refresher program, continuing education courses, and/or other items required by the Board to ensure safe nursing practice.    Please reference Idaho Board of Nursing Policy Number VIII – Licensure 2: Applicant Who Have Been Out of Active Nursing Practice to learn more.

LPN, RN, and/or APRN Temporary License

As part of a LPN, RN, and/or APRN Reinstatement Application, the applicant may be eligible for a temporary license. A temporary license is a nonrenewable license that expires at the conclusion of the term for which it is issued, or the issuance of a renewable license, whichever occurs first.

The specific LPN, RN, and/or APRN Temporary License Application (Reinstatement) may be accessed within the nurse portal.

Reinstatement Applicants Not in Active Practice:

  • A temporary license with specific terms and conditions may be issued to a person who has not actively engaged in the practice of nursing in any nursing jurisdiction for more than 3 years immediately prior to the application for licensure or to an applicant whose completed application indicates the need for confirmation of the applicant’s ability to practice safe nursing.

For full details regarding a temporary license, please reference IDAPA 24.34.01.040., IDAPA 24.34.01.295., and IDAPA 24.34.01.315.    

Reinstatement Post Discipline – LPN, RN, and/or APRN

It may be helpful to gather the essential elements before starting the application process.

Your Nurse Portal link will direct you to the Reinstatement After Discipline registered nurse (RN) or licensed professional nurse (LPN) application.          Only completed applications including all essential items, will be eligible for review by Idaho Board staff, before presentation to the Board members for reinstatement consideration. Once you start the application, you will see: INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR A NURSE LICENSEREINSTATEMENT.

The Board’s authorities for Reinstatement After Discipline cited in Idaho Code IC§54-1404 and Rules of the Board IDAPA 23.01.01.064.01-.06. govern a systematic review of application materials, as well as: the Idaho Board’s beliefs/philosophies/policies, the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) mandates, the National Conference of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) Uniform Licensure Requirements (ULRs), all Board Orders and any other materials the Board deems necessary to prove an applicant’s safety to practice.

If the application is not completed within one (1) year, all documents become the property of the Board of Nursing and will be destroyed, without further notification. It is the responsibility of the applicant to complete the application and upload all required documents. After one (1) year, the application expires without notification from the Board.  Upon re-applying, a new biometric finger-print based background check will be required, including full payment of application and finger-print fees.

Completed applications, with evidence of full compliance with all terms & conditions of all Board Orders and fully meeting requirements of Reinstatement will be presented to the Board for review and action. If the Board acts to reinstate a license but the application has expired, the applicant will be required to submit a new application including a new biometric finger-print based background check and full payment of application and finger-print fees.  A nurse refresher course may be a term of reinstatement.

Licensure discipline is public, reportable to national databases and stays with a license forever. Reinstatement After Discipline Boards orders are reported to the NCSBN national database as “revision” actions.


Types of evidence documents supporting your safety to practice            

Your Board Order can be found at https://www.NURSYS.com. Be prepared to upload Board Ordered compliance documents in PDF format.  

  • Court Dispositions:  for any criminal offense, provide court release documents of any court obligation up to and including the time of application or anticipated dispositions.
  • Substance Use History:  sobriety date, and evidence of recovery, treatment, proof of sustained sobriety including recovery activities, support group attendance dates, meetings, counseling, sponsors, and results of drug testing.
  • Drug & Alcohol Evaluation:  conducted by an Idaho Board known evaluator or a professional with like credentials, within the last 6 months indicating diagnosis, impression and recommendations to the Board.  Provide the Board Order for the evaluator.
  • Mental Health/Psychiatric evaluation:  within the last 6 months indicating diagnosis, treatment plan, counseling history and safety to practice recommendation to the Board
  • Health Care Provider recommendation: including any medical diagnoses that could impact safe nursing practice, including all treatment regimens and a comprehensive list of all medications
  • Letters of Reference: from employers, colleagues, clergy, other
  • Other Board Ordered terms & conditions
  • A list of all employers since the time of licensure discipline

Qualified Health, Substance Use, and Mental Health evaluators may include:  Licensed advanced practice professional nurses (APRNs), physicians assistants, licensed clinical social workers (LCSW), license professional counselors, licensed psychologists, psychiatrists, or addictionologist.

Contact the Board office for an approved list of Board-known qualified health care evaluators.

Renewal – LPN, RN, and/or APRN

Renewal Period

The LPN license renewal period is June 1st through August 31st in even-numbered years. The renewal application is available in the Nurse Portal on June 1st

The RN and APRN license renewal period is May 1st through August 31st in odd-numbered years. The renewal application is available in the Nurse Portal on May 1st.

If your Idaho nursing license is not renewed by August 31 of your renewal year, it will automatically become inactive and a reinstatement application including a fingerprint-based background check will be required if you wish to have an active license. If you continue to practice nursing in Idaho with an expired license, an administrative fine may be assessed.

LPN & RN Renewal

Each LPN and RN renewal applicant will be required to attest to the completion of Continued Competence Requirements and may be audited for compliance with these requirements. Each applicant must maintain documentation of meeting this requirement for the duration of the current 2-year renewal period. If you are selected for an audit, you will be contacted to submit your documentation to the Idaho Board of Nursing and you must provide such documentation within 30 days of the request. Please note that your license renewal application may be delayed, denied, and/or result in disciplinary action if you fail to meet these requirements. Newly graduated LPNs and RNs are exempt from Continued Competence Requirements for the first renewal cycle after initial licensure.

Continued Competence Requirements for renewing an LPN or RN license include accomplishing at least 2 learning activities within the Practice, Education, or Professional Engagement sections. For additional information, please click below.

APRN Renewal

Each APRN renewal applicant will be required to attest to the completion of professional development in the areas of Active Practice, Continuing Education, and Peer Review and may be audited for compliance with these requirements. Each applicant must maintain documentation of meeting these requirements for the duration of the current 2-year renewal period. If you are selected for an audit, you will be contacted to submit your documentation to the Idaho Board of Nursing and you must provide such documentation within 30 days of the request. Please note that your license renewal application may be delayed, denied, and/or result in disciplinary action if you fail to meet these requirements.

APRNs who have completed APRN renewal requirements are exempt from RN renewal requirements.  

Continuing Education Requirements for renewing an APRN license include completing 30 contact hours of continuing education during the renewal period, which shall include 10 contact hours in pharmacology if the nurse has prescriptive authority. Contact hours will be prorated for APRNs whose initial license was issued midway into a renewal period (e.g. a new graduate whose initial license is valid for 1 year is required to attest to 15.0 contact hours of continuing education and 5.0 contact hours in pharmacology-related content).

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