For delegation to be appropriate it is necessary to understand the Board of Nursing’s standards, use effective communication skills, and provide instruction that leads to knowledge and competence.
In 2014 limits on the role of unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP), such as the CNA, were removed from the rules of the Idaho Board of Nursing, allowing nurses more freedom in delegating tasks to UAPs.
This web series is a statewide effort intended to clarify how this change will promote high quality, patient-focused, and cost-effective care in the community environment.
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5.50 Contact Hours