Minnesota Board of Nursing




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Minnesota Board of Nursing


Compliance with Revised Rules
Department of Nursing College of Saint benedict/Saint John’s University

Minnesota Rule 6301.0800 subpart 1.A. (1) stipulates “the board shall survey an approved program for compliance with all applicable rules at least once every ten years. It shall also survey the program for compliance with one or more applicable rules if requirements for approval are changed or added.”


On June 3, 2004 the Minnesota Board of Nursing approved a motion to require directors of nursing programs to submit a form documenting compliance with new/revised abilities by October 1, 2005.
By October 1, 2005 the director of each approved practical and professional program in Minnesota must submit evidence each student shall be evaluated for and shall have demonstrated competence in the performance of the revised/new 16 nursing abilities listed in part 6301.1800, subparts 2 to 9.

Complete page 3 for revised/new nursing abilities for which students must be evaluated during the nursing program (complete additional pages as necessary):




  1. In Column A, insert the following revised/new 6301.1800 nursing ability or cluster of nursing abilities:




  1. Subpart 2.C. Maintain professional boundaries in nurse patient relationships.

  2. Subpart 3.C. Collect data pertaining to a patient’s spiritual and cultural function.

  3. Subpart 4.O. Provide for an optimum level of pain relief.

  4. Subpart 5.D. Promote spiritual well-being.

  5. Subpart 5.E. Promote culturally competent care.

  6. Subpart 5.H. Identify signs and symptoms of violence and abuse or self-destructive behavior.

  7. Subpart 5.J. Provide care to meet end-of-life concerns.

  8. Subpart 6.C. Assist in the administration of intravenous sterile fluid.

  9. Subpart 6.H. Identify sources of information necessary to administer prescribed medication, including compatibility and interactions among prescribed medications and complementary substances.

  10. Subpart 6J. Determine the safe range of the dosage prescribed.

  11. Subpart 6K. Determine the appropriateness of the route for administration of prescribed medication.

  12. Subpart 6M. Administer prescribed medication

  13. Subpart 6N. Judge the effectiveness of the prescribed medication.

  14. Subpart 7C. Maintain confidentiality of patient information.

  15. Subpart 8. Each student must be evaluated for the ability to evaluate the effectiveness of and maintain accountability for the student’s nursing actions.

  16. Subpart 9. Each student must be evaluated for the ability to determine the individual’s legal accountability for the individual’s scope of nursing practice.




  1. In Column B, describe the situation in which student is evaluated for competence (at the licensure-preparing scope of practice) for a specific ability or cluster of nursing abilities. In Minnesota Rule 6301.0100 (subpart 7a.) competence is defined “as the application of knowledge and the interpersonal, decision-making, and psychomotor skills expected for the practice role, within the regulatory context of public health, safety, and welfare”. The scope for the practice role is defined in Minnesota Statutes section 148.171, subdivision 14 for the practice of practical nursing and 148.171 subdivision 15 for the practice of professional nursing.




  1. In Column C, indicate the citations for literature that specify evaluation components to ensure safety for the patient (e.g. practice standards, research studies, classical theoretical work, etc.) and promote safe nursing judgments during performance of the ability/abilities. Minnesota Rule 6301.2000 stipulates “there must be written evidence that, before students are evaluated, the faculty had determined the evaluation components that ensure safety for the patient in the performance of nursing abilities”.




  1. In column D, indicate the method to be used to document that each student is evaluated for and has demonstrated competence in the performance of that specific ability or cluster of abilities. Evidence of evaluation of nursing abilities. Minnesota Rule 6301.2100 (subpart 3) stipulates directors of practical and professional programs must provide evidence for compliance with evaluation of nursing abilities by one of the following methods:




  • Evidence that the evaluation is required in a nursing course that all students must satisfactorily complete (check “course requirement” column).

  • Evidence that satisfactory completion of the evaluation is required of all students in order to progress through the program, even though the evaluation is not course related (check “progression requirement” column).

  • Student evaluation records (check “student record column”).


AFFIRMATION OF COMPLIANCE

I Affirm that the information provided in this document is accurate and complete.





Nursing Program Director:
Kathleen Twohy, PhD, RN

Title:
Professor and Chair

Date:

09/29/05


Nursing Program:

College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University

6301.2000 PREPARATION FOR EVALUATION

6301.2100 EVALUATION OF NURSING ABILITIES



Column A

Column B

Column C

Column D

Directors of practical programs shall be prepared to give evidence that each student has been evaluated for and has demonstrated competence in the performance of the nursing abilities as specified in part 6301.1800 (MR 6301.2100 subp. 1).

Directors of professional programs shall be prepared to give evidence that each student has been evaluated for and has demonstrated competence in the performance of the nursing abilities as specified in parts 6301.1800 & 6301.1900 (MR 6301.2100 subp. 2).


Nursing Ability

or

Cluster of Nursing Abilities



Competence is defined as the application of knowledge and the interpersonal, decision-making, and psychomotor skills expected for the practice role, within the regulatory context of public health, safety, and welfare. (MR 6301.0100 subp 7a).

Describe situation in which student is evaluated at licensure-preparing scope of practice for specific ability or cluster of abilities



There must be written evidence that, before students were evaluated, the faculty had determined the evaluation components that ensure safety for the patient in the performance of nursing abilities specified in part 6301.1800 and for professional programs only, part 6301.1900 (MR 6301.2000 subp. 1). The director of a program which has had a student complete the program must demonstrate compliance with subpart 1, by supplying the written and dated evidence required in subpart 1 for a sample of the nursing abilities. This sample shall be selected by the board or its representative (MR 6301.2000 subp. 2).
Citations for literature that specify evaluation components to ensure safety for the patient (e.g. practice standards, research studies, classical theoretical work, etc.) and promote safe nursing judgments during performance of the ability/abilities.

For the sample of nursing abilities chosen by the board or its representative, compliance with subparts 1 and 2 must be demonstrated through at least one of the following methods (MR 6301.2100 subp. 3):

Evidence of evaluation (Check one for each situation)



Course requirement

Progression requirement

Student record

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