I-8 - Nurses Act

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36.1. Specialized nurse practitioners may, if so authorized by a regulation made under subparagraph f of the first paragraph of section 14, engage in the following activities, according to their class of specialization and on the terms and conditions prescribed in that regulation:
(1)  diagnosing illnesses;
(2)  prescribing diagnostic examinations;
(3)  using diagnostic techniques that are invasive or entail risks of injury;
(4)  determining medical treatments;
(5)  prescribing medications and other substances;
(6)  prescribing medical treatments;
(7)  using techniques or applying medical treatments that are invasive or entail risks of injury; and
(8)  providing pregnancy care.
2002, c. 33, s. 12; 2020, c. 62020, c. 6, s. 3.
36.1. Nurses may, if they are so authorized by regulations under subparagraph b of the first paragraph of section 19 of the Medical Act (chapter M-9) and under paragraph f of section 14 of this Act, engage in one or more of the following activities referred to in the second paragraph of section 31 of the Medical Act:
(1)  prescribing diagnostic examinations;
(2)  using diagnostic techniques that are invasive or entail risks of injury;
(3)  prescribing medications and other substances;
(4)  prescribing medical treatment; and
(5)  using techniques or applying medical treatments that are invasive or entail risks of injury.
2002, c. 33, s. 12.