It is a violation of law for any person, firm, corporation or association to:
(a) Sell or fraudulently obtain or furnish any nursing diploma, license or record
or aid or abet therein;
(b) practice professional nursing, practical nursing or practice as an advanced practice
registered nurse, unless duly licensed to do so;
(c) use in connection with such person's name any designation implying that such person
is a licensed professional nurse, a licensed practical nurse or an advanced practice
registered nurse unless duly licensed to practice under the provisions of the Kansas
nurse practice act, and such license is then in full force;
(d) practice professional nursing, practical nursing or as an advanced practice registered
nurse during the time a license issued under the provisions of the Kansas nurse practice
act shall have expired or shall have been suspended or revoked;
(e) represent that a school for nursing is approved for educating either professional
nurses or practical nurses, unless such school has been duly approved by the board
and such approval is then in full force;
(f) violate any provisions of the Kansas nurse practice act or rules and regulations
adopted pursuant to that act; or
(g) represent that a provider of continuing nursing education is approved by the board
for educating either professional nurses or practical nurses, unless the provider
of continuing nursing education has been approved by the board and the approval is
in full force.
Any person who violates this section is guilty of a class B misdemeanor, except that,
upon conviction of a second or subsequent violation of this section, such person is
guilty of a class A misdemeanor.
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