Minnesota Nursing Continuing Education – 24 Hours CE
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Minnesota Nursing Board Recognized CE Sponsor – Continuing Education (CE) Requirements
Biologix Solutions LLC is an approved provider of nursing continuing education courses by The California Board of Nursing (CEP – 15746), and Florida Board of Nursing (50-12950). According to Minnesota Nursing Board Continuing Education Rules, A CE activity that has been approved by a board or agency regulating the licensee or certificate holder in another jurisdiction has been recognized by an Minnesota Nursing Bord.
Minnesota Nursing CE Requirements (Click Here): A CE activity that has been approved by a board or agency regulating the licensee or certificate holder in another jurisdiction has been approved/recognized by an Minnesota Board of Nursing.
Minnesota Nursing CE Renewal Requirement :
- During a typical continuing education participation period (24 months) an RN must participate in 24 contact hours of continuing education and an LPN must participate in 12 contact hours.
- Continuing education participation period usually means the 24 month interval of time immediately before the renewal application deadline during which a licensee must fulfill the continuing education requirements for registration renewal. The length varies for a licensee’s first registration period after licensure or re-registration, beginning with the date of licensure or re-registration and ending on the renewal application deadline date.
- A licensee must keep continuing education documents for two years after using the continuing education for renewal. The Board of Nursing randomly selects licensees for an audit of continuing education records. If audited, a licensee must submit proof of having met the continuing education requirements. If the licensee is unable to submit the required written information, the unverified contact hours will automatically be assigned to the next reporting period. If the licensee fails to respond to an audit, the Board may consider this as grounds for disciplinary action.