Indiana Nurse Practice Act?

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The Indiana Nurse Practice Act is a specific act that defines the scope of responsibility of nurses in the state of Indiana. The scope of practice rules can be used to define workplace operations and to write job descriptions for nurses in this state. Some of the rules can be found online at places like AllNurses.com and users are able to choose their specific state once the website is accessed. The entire act is found online at the IN.gov website.
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