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The West Virginia Board of Nursing requires 12 hours of continuing education every annual renewal period to maintain an active license. RNs must complete at least one (1) hour (three (3) hours initially) of continuing education in Drug Diversion Training and Best Practices in Prescribing Controlled Substances, and at least two (2) hours in mental health conditions common to veterans and their families as part of the current twelve (12)-hour annual CE requirement.
PTSD, Healing Beyond the Horror - 2 Contact Hours
Veterans and Families Mental Health - 2 Contact Hours
The West Virginia Board of Nursing requires 24 contact hours of continuing education and engage in 400 clock hours of LPN practice in each 2 year reporting period. Reporting of CE occurs on even years or every other license renewal period. Licenses expire June 30 every year. LPNs must complete at least three contact hours in substance abuse each two-year reporting period as part of the total required hours. Effective July 1, 2005, LPNs who have not completed two (2) contact hours in end of life care including pain management will be required to report those hours: (1) at their first licensure renewal when CE is required; or, (2) at the time of reinstatement of a lapsed or inactive license.
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