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NURSING PRACTICE: CONNECT AND IMPROVE YOUR CAREER
The Texas Nurses Association can help our members and other nurses with critical questions that pose implications for your practice, patient safety, or professional duties.
TNA's Practice Department is here to help members by providing the resources below as well as access to the TNA Practice Hotline: 1-800-862-2022, ext.132.
Continuing and On-Demand Education
Visit the Learning Curve, TNA's new on-demand education system. With an ever-expanding catalog, you have access to the Board of Nursing-required programs, peer review, informatics, and many other topics.
The Texas Nurses Association offers several resources for practicing nurses. Topics include whistleblower law, staffing, care coordination, and more.
Texas Board of Nursing
All nurses who practice in Texas are governed by the Texas Nursing Practice Act (Chapter 301 of the Texas Occupations Code) and must be licensed in good standing with the Texas Board of Nursing (BON). The BON is responsible for protecting the public, while TNA focuses on advocating for and protecting nurses' rights, as Texas's largest nursing professional association.
The BON's website will help you apply for, verify, or renew your license. It is also an excellent resource for practice guidelines, required state forms, and help with discipline and complaint issues, and more.
TNA's Practice Director will answer your questions regarding nursing practice, from safe harbor to furthering your education. Call 800-862-2022, ext. 132.
Also, whether you need information on budgeting, returning to school, communicating with your peers, or any other life issues, use our easy Member Helpline form to connect with the experts.