I-8, r. 15.1.1.1 - Regulation respecting specialized nurse practitioners

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2. In this Regulation,
(1)  specialized nurse practitioner candidate means a nurse who holds the diplomas giving access to a specialist’s certificate as a specialized nurse practitioner pursuant to the Regulation respecting the diplomas issued by designated educational institutions which give access to permits or specialist’s certificates of professional orders (chapter C-26, r. 2) or who has obtained equivalence for the issue of such a certificate pursuant to the Règlement sur les normes d’équivalence de diplôme ou de la formation aux fins de la délivrance d’un certificat de spécialiste d’infirmière praticienne spécialisée (chapter I-8, r. 15.2) and who, in addition, is eligible to sit the specialty examination;
(2)  specialized nurse practitioner student means either
(a)  a nurse registered in a university-level training program leading to the diplomas giving access to a specialist’s certificate as a specialized nurse practitioner pursuant to the Regulation respecting the diplomas issued by designated educational institutions which give access to permits or specialist’s certificates of professional orders (chapter C-26, r. 2); or
(b)  a nurse who, in order to obtain equivalence for the issue of a specialist’s certificate as a specialized nurse practitioner, is required to complete a clinical placement at a site appearing on the list of training environments drawn up by the program review subcommittee pursuant to the Regulation respecting the committees on training of the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (chapter I-8, r. 11);
(3)  community-based care means health care that
(a)  is intended for persons having particular needs or usual and various health problems that do not require specialized or highly specialized care to be resolved; and
(b)  includes a series of care and health services, provided locally, that are based on a simple infrastructure in terms of diagnostic and therapeutic means;
(4)  specialized care means health care that
(a)  is intended for persons with complex health problems that cannot be resolved by community-based care; and
(b)  includes a series of care and health services that are mainly specialized and are based on an advanced infrastructure and technology in terms of diagnostic and therapeutic means;
(5)  highly specialized care means health care that
(a)  is intended for persons having health problems that are very complex or often have a lower prevalence and that cannot be resolved by specialized care; and
(b)  includes a series of health care and services that are based on a very advanced infrastructure and technology in terms of diagnostic and therapeutic means.
1347-2020O.C. 1347-2020, s. 2.
In force: 2021-01-25
2. In this Regulation,
(1)  specialized nurse practitioner candidate means a nurse who holds the diplomas giving access to a specialist’s certificate as a specialized nurse practitioner pursuant to the Regulation respecting the diplomas issued by designated educational institutions which give access to permits or specialist’s certificates of professional orders (chapter C-26, r. 2) or who has obtained equivalence for the issue of such a certificate pursuant to the Règlement sur les normes d’équivalence de diplôme ou de la formation aux fins de la délivrance d’un certificat de spécialiste d’infirmière praticienne spécialisée (chapter I-8, r. 15.2) and who, in addition, is eligible to sit the specialty examination;
(2)  specialized nurse practitioner student means either
(a)  a nurse registered in a university-level training program leading to the diplomas giving access to a specialist’s certificate as a specialized nurse practitioner pursuant to the Regulation respecting the diplomas issued by designated educational institutions which give access to permits or specialist’s certificates of professional orders (chapter C-26, r. 2); or
(b)  a nurse who, in order to obtain equivalence for the issue of a specialist’s certificate as a specialized nurse practitioner, is required to complete a clinical placement at a site appearing on the list of training environments drawn up by the program review subcommittee pursuant to the Regulation respecting the committees on training of the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (chapter I-8, r. 11);
(3)  community-based care means health care that
(a)  is intended for persons having particular needs or usual and various health problems that do not require specialized or highly specialized care to be resolved; and
(b)  includes a series of care and health services, provided locally, that are based on a simple infrastructure in terms of diagnostic and therapeutic means;
(4)  specialized care means health care that
(a)  is intended for persons with complex health problems that cannot be resolved by community-based care; and
(b)  includes a series of care and health services that are mainly specialized and are based on an advanced infrastructure and technology in terms of diagnostic and therapeutic means;
(5)  highly specialized care means health care that
(a)  is intended for persons having health problems that are very complex or often have a lower prevalence and that cannot be resolved by specialized care; and
(b)  includes a series of health care and services that are based on a very advanced infrastructure and technology in terms of diagnostic and therapeutic means.
1347-2020O.C. 1347-2020, s. 2.