Presentation on Interventions Projects for Nurses (IPN)
1. Summary of The Florida Board of Nursing
“The Florida Board of Nursing licenses, monitors, disciplines, educates and, when appropriate, rehabilitates its licensees to assure their fitness and competence in providing health care services for the people of Florida. The sole legislative purpose in enacting the Nurse Practice Act is to ensure that every nurse practicing in Florida meets minimum competency or who otherwise present a danger to the public shall be prohibited from practicing in the State of Florida” (Florida Board of Nursing, 2021).
Florida Board of Nursing. (2021). Florida department of health. Retrieved from https://floridasnursing.gov/
2. Explain important aspects of the document
Intervention Projects for Nurses (IPN) was formed in 1983. The IPN supports and protects the public’s health related safety concerns by carefully following nurses who practice due to any impairment related to mental conditions, drugs abuse, or any other types of impairment. The important aspects of the program include:
1. Protection of health, safety, and well-being of the public due to an impaired nurse practicing with unsafe conditions.
2. Provides interventions and education to reassure the proper proof of identity and course of action when impairment concerns are identified.
3. This program offers a support system and identifies close monitoring to support the nurses in order to maintain and keep their license.
4. IPN keeps their memberships affordable in order to help nurses obtain the help they need.
5. This program also supports in helping nurses to keep their license in order to practice in the state of Florida.
About. (2016, November 17). Intervention Project for Nurses. Retrieved from
3. After explaining the important aspects of the document, explain the proper legal and ethical terminology (vocabulary given) with APA references for each ethical terminology as it relates to the Interventions Projects for Nurses (IPN). Please write a paragraph for each.
Ethics of Veracity:
Ethics of Self Awareness
Ethics of Moral Distress
Ethics of Confidentiality
Ethics of Values
Ethics of nonmaleficence
Ethics of Values for Clarification