(c) The Board may issue a nonrenewable temporary license to persons applying for licensure
under G.S. 90-171.32 for a period not to exceed the lesser of six months or until the Board determines
whether the applicant is qualified to practice nursing in North Carolina. Temporary licensees may perform patient-care services within limits defined by the
Board. In defining these limits, the Board shall consider the ability of the temporary
licensee to safely and properly carry out patient-care services. Temporary licensees shall be held to the standard of care of a fully licensed nurse.
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