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- A nursing education program provider located in another state that desires to use Utah health care facilities for pre-licensure clinical experiences for one or more students shall, prior to placing a student, meet with the board and demonstrate to the satisfaction of the board that the program:
- has been approved by the home state Board of Nursing
- has been fully accredited by the ACEN, CCNE, or COA
- has clinical faculty who:
- are employed by the nursing education program
- meet the requirements to be a faculty member as established by the accrediting body and the home state's Board of Nursing
- are licensed in good standing in Utah or a Compact state
- is affiliated with an institution of higher education
- has a plan for selection and supervision of:
- faculty or preceptor
- the clinical activity, including location and date range
- has current clinical placement agreements, executed within the prior twelve months, in place at Utah facilities.
Source: Utah Administrative Rules, Title R156, Section 31b-609
View Utah's Nurse Practice Act and Administrative Rules.