I hate having to ask this..

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    ...but I can't figure out where to go to see if the AGNP programs I am interested in are accredited in my home state (Washington State)? I have tried looking at the DOH website, but that only gives me the list of in state nursing programs.
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    I called my board of nursing and told them the programs I was interested in, but I live in FL. Usually you can find at least the requirements listed on the board of nursing website, and go from there. (if they need to be CCNE accred etc)
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    WAC 246-840-340: ARNP application requirements for new graduates of advanced registered nurse programs. according to this, I think it means that "For new graduates of advanced nursing education programs in the United States, the program must be accredited by a nursing or nursing-related accrediting organization recognized by the United States Department of Education (USDE) or the Council of Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA);" it needs to be CCNE and CHEA? or either or???
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    State by State Nurse Practitioner Requirements State by state requirements I found
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    Thank you! That is what I have found as well. . Seems like I may just need to call the bon for some clarity.
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    I could have sworn last time I looked at the programs available, I think like a month ago, there was an NP program list attached to the nursing program list. But I just checked again, and nothing. Either I was mistaken or they moved (hid) it somewhere. Their site is not very user friendly at all.
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