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Nursing Step & Grade Program
Nursing Residency Program
Nursing Clinical Excellence Program
- Nursing Clinical Excellence Program
- Application for Clinical Excellence Program
- Nursing Clinical Excellence Program Applicant Checklist
- Nursing Clinical Excellence Policy
- Nursing Clinical Excellence Program Liaison List
- National Nursing Certifications
Health Services Library
Methodist Healthcare’s medical library, located in the John E Hornbeak Building, 3rd floor, office 3117, is dedicated to being a valuable resource to nurses, staff and physicians. A staff provides services including quick reference, journal article research, print and web resources, internet training and print and accessing print and online books.
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Phone: (210) 575-4583
General Nursing Practice Information
The Texas Board of Nursing website contains information on many topics of concern or confusion for LVNs, RNs, and those who work with licensed nurses in Texas.
TX Board of Nursing Standards of Nursing Practice
RULE 217.11 Standards of Nursing Practice
The Texas Board of Nursing is responsible for regulating the practice of nursing within the state of Texas for vocational nurses, registered nurses, and registered nurses with advanced practice authorization. The standards of practice establish a minimum acceptable level of nursing practice in any setting for each level of nursing licensure or advanced practice authorization. Failure to meet these standards may result in action against the nurse’s license even if no actual patient injury resulted.
The Texas Board of Nursing regulates the practice of nursing in the state of Texas. Their website has the forms, applications and the answers to frequently asked questions about licensure.
To contact the board:
Texas Board of Nursing
333 Guadalupe #3-460
Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 305-7400
Fax: (512) 305-7401
American Nurses Association Code of Ethics
The American Nurses Association approved the original code of ethics for nurses in 1985. A review of this code began in 1995, and in July 2001 the Congress of Nursing Practice and Economics of the ANA approved a fully revised code of ethics for nurses with interpretive statement.