- Programs providing distance education shall deliver the approved curriculum through learning activities that are sufficiently comprehensive to achieve program outcomes and competencies, and provide meaningful student and instructor-student interaction.
- Distance nursing education programs are effectively supported through accessible modes of delivery, resources, and student support.
- Institutions offering distance education programs shall provide ongoing and appropriate technical, design, and production support for faculty members, and technical support services for students.
- Out-of-state programs wishing to provide clinical experiences in Oregon shall petition the board for approval by submitting the following information:
- Rationale for use of Oregon facilities
- Proof of approval in the home state and evidence of accreditation by a recognized accrediting body
- Analysis of current usage of planned clinical sites and potential impact on other nursing programs in those areas
- Anticipated enrollment, date of enrollment, and the number of students to utilize Oregon clinical sites
- Academic and licensure credentials of all faculty members
- Evidence of available faculty, and that faculty supervising clinical experiences meet state standards
- NCLEX pass rate, number of candidates and number passing for the past two years ending on the most recent September 30
- Submit the required annual report focused on changes, faculty, accreditation, NCLEX® pass rate
- For individual precepted placements also submit contact name in facility where clinical is planned and the written agreement with the facility
Source: Oregon Administrative Rules, Chapter 851, Division 21
View Oregon's Nurse Practice Act and Administrative Rules.