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49 Pa. Code § 21.351. Penalties for violation.


§ 21.351. Penalties for violation.

 Certification as a CRNP may be suspended, revoked or otherwise restricted or subjected to remedial measures when, after notice and opportunity to be heard, the Board finds that:

   (1)  The CRNP has engaged in the performance of medical functions and tasks beyond the scope of practice permitted for a CRNP, beyond the scope of the CRNP’s specialty, or in violation of the CRNP’s collaborative agreement, as provided in the act and this subchapter.

   (2)  The CRNP has performed a medical task or function which the CRNP does not have the necessary knowledge, preparation, experience and competency to perform properly or is not qualified under the act and this subchapter to perform.

   (3)  The CRNP has violated the act or this subchapter, or engaged in any conduct prohibited for professional nurses.


   The provisions of this §  21.351 adopted July 22, 1977, effective July 23, 1977, 7 Pa.B. 2063; amended December 11, 2009, effective December 12, 2009, 39 Pa.B. 6994. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (319606).

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