Nurse Examiners, Board Of Vocational
Therapeutic optometrists, section 301.002(2)(c) of the Nursing Practices Act does not authorize therapeutic optometrists to give orders to registered nurses to administer medication or treatment|Administering dangerous drugs, the Board of Nurse Examiners may not permit registered nurses to administer a dangerous drug on the order of a therapeutic optometrist
Anesthesia, selection and administration of by certified registered nurse anesthetist is within scope of professional nursing if task delegated by physician and subject to regulation by Board of Nurse Examiners|Anesthesia, selection and administration of by certified registered nurse anesthetist is within scope of professional nursing if task delegated by physician and subject to regulation by Board|Delegate
Under subsection 301.161 S(b) of the Occupations Code, the Texas Board of Nursing may not disclose the criminal history record information of its license applicants or holders to any person except to another nursing board or by court order.
When the Department of Public Safety provides the Board with a nondisclosure order or the order's contents, subsection 411.075(d) of the Government Code requires the Board to seal criminal history record information it maintains that is subject to the nondisclosure order. The Board has a duty to seal and maintain such information as confidential even when the Board learns of a nondisclosure order after issuing a final disciplinary action.