Under supervision of a Registered Nurse, nurse interim permittee perform both professional and limited professional nursing functions; and perform other duties as required.
An_interim permittee is not authorized to use any other title or designation than “I.P.” or “permittee” or “nurse permittee” or “nurse interim permittee.” Applicants for positions are expected to possess an interim permit issued by the Board of Registered Nursing; and possess the skills, knowledges, and abilities essential to the successful performance of the duties assigned to the position.
An applicant whose application for licensure in California by examination has been approved will be eligible for an interim permit if the applicant has completed the educational requirements for licensure in nursing. If the applicant is taking the examination as a graduate, the interim permit may be issued upon graduation. If the applicant is taking the examination as a non-graduate, the interim permit may be issued upon completion of the educational requirements for licensure.
An interim permit is not renewable and is in effect to the expiration date or until the results of the examination are mailed, at which time it becomes null and void.