The Board is advised by and appoints members to standing advisory committees. These committees are composed of nursing professionals who are chosen based on expertise, geographic location and committee need. Questions about nursing regulations and practice are brought to these committees for research, discussion and policy development. The Board considers the recommendations of its advisory committees during its regular meetings. Virtually every law, regulation and advisory opinion issued by the Board has been based on a recommendation by one of its advisory committees. Committee openings are advertised in the NSBN News, the Board’s magazine, and here on our website. Applications are reviewed and members are appointed at regularly scheduled Board meetings. If you are interested in applying for a committee appointment to fill an upcoming opening, please download the application here. Board staff members serve as advisory committee chairs.
- Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Advisory Committee
- CNA Advisory Committee – Currently 1 CNA, LPN, a representative from AARP or similar organization, and certified medication aid
- Disability Advisory Committee
- Education Advisory Committee
- LPN Advisory Committee
- Nursing Practice Advisory Committee
Any nurse licensed in Nevada is invited to serve the Nevada State Board of Nursing through participation on any of its six advisory committees. Certified nursing assistants are invited to participate on the CNA Advisory and Disability Advisory Committees. Volunteers are appointed by the Board as needs are identified. In the appointment process, every effort is made to match the expertise of each individual with the needs of the Board of Nursing. Also considered is balanced representation, whenever possible, among geographical areas, and registered and licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants.