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jay_j has 10 years experience and works as a Registered Nurse.

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thanks! i'll call em soon.:wink2:

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jay_j has 10 years experience and works as a Registered Nurse.

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hi! i need help in renewing my license.. i've read a lot of threads about renewing by NM BON and i came across a lot of people having problems with it. My license is expiring january 2010. I'm planning on renewing it this month as soon as i find out how to exactly do it. I already have a copy of the renewal form. I also have a few (free) CEs certificates. i'm thinking of buying one online that's worth 30 hours already. i'm confused thought.. would it be okay if i just send all the CE certificates i've gotten aside from the one i'm planning on buying online? coz i'm not even sure if some of them are credited by NM BON. i tried contacting them to clarify if they'll accept the ones i got right now, but they're not responding. :( anyway, i just want to make sure if that's just okay coz i dont wanna mess my application up as much as possible.

and oh, what else should i do after i fill up the form? which is better with the mode of payment?

ur response would be greatly appreciated.

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JBudd has 38 years experience as a MSN and works as a ED nurse, community college adjunct faculty.

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You don't send copies of CEUs to the NM BON, just swear on the ap that you did them. Random licenses are pulled for auditing, and then you have to prove your CEUs. I've not had to send them anything for years, although I've certainly got the proof that I did them.

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jay_j has 10 years experience and works as a Registered Nurse.

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ok.. will do that.

i'm trying to fill up the forms right now. i'm not sure what i should write in the declaration of primary state residence.

i declare the state of ______ as my primary state of residence and that such constitutes my permanent and principal home for legal purposes.

upon licensure in new mexico i intend to practice in the state(s) of __________.

i'm not sure what to write in the blanks since i'm still here in philippines... and never been or worked in u.s.

have you had a current u.s. nursing license in any state within the last four years? -- it's a yes, right? or are they referring to another state aside from nm?

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bianx has 4 years experience and works as a RN.

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search in "nursing education of america", they have 30-hour online courses.

i have a problem with this though. I am in the Philippines and they don't accept my Philippine address and credit card info in the registration form. H.E.L.P.!!!

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jay_j has 10 years experience and works as a Registered Nurse.

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can anyone help me out? i was about to fax d renewal form to NM BON yesterday by a phone company since i dont have a fax machine, but they couldn't get it sent... they only got a busy tone from the fax number provided in d form. they said they need a 12 digit number but there's only 10 digits including the AREA CODE of NM. they tried adding 00 preceding the 10 number but it still didn't work. :(

I'm from Philippines, by the way. does any of you who have renewed your license know what numbers exactly i should use? I hope i can get it sent within this week so I'll still have an allowance before my license expires.. just in case something goes wrong with the processing. HELP!

thank you.

JANELS

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JBudd has 38 years experience as a MSN and works as a ED nurse, community college adjunct faculty.

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This is from the website. I didn't have a problem getting through with the fax number.

505.841.8340 phone

(Please listen to our voice response system; you will choose from one of the menu items)

505.841.8347 fax

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jay_j has 10 years experience and works as a Registered Nurse.

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i checked d credit card use but there was no deduction from NMBON even when i already faxed my renewal form. does it take time for them to deduct it to the credit card or is it supposed to take just a day or two after they get my application? if not, would they charge me double if i send it again and they'll get two application forms from me? :confused:

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NurseCubanitaRN2b works as a Back To School.

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Did you guys ever have your license renewed? Were you able to renew with out a ss#?

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Hi, my name is Marie and I`m facing the same problem with the renewal of my liscense, I found a couple of free and with a fee CEU´s online but I`m not sure if they are approved by the BON. I´ve to take them online for I´m a nurse in Germany with an NM liscense, I want to keep this liscense valid because I´m planning on moving to the US someday. Can please someone help me and let me know which CEU site or courses online are approved by the BON.

Thank u very much

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CEU for Health Care Providers

CEU 's for Nurses and other professional healthcare providers: Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES), Mental Health Professionals (LCSW, LMHC, LMFT), Dieticians & Nutritionists (RD, LD, NC), Acupuncture (DOM, AP, etc), Nurses (RN, LPN, ARNP), Psychologists (PSY); for education in A-CAM Aroma Therapy Complementary Alternative Medicine:

coordinated by Debbie Nogueras, ARNP, Ph.D.

See below for official accreditation statement. Massage Therapy (LMT) approval is pending at this time, and will be added to the list shortly.

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT

"Miami-Dade AHEC will provide Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the following healthcare professionals:

Acupuncturists (LAP)

Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES)

Dieticians & Nutritionists (LD, NC)

Nurses (RN, LPN, ARNP)

Marriage & Family Therapists (LMFT)

Mental Health Counselors (LMHC)

Psychologists (PSY)

Social Workers (LCSW)

The A-CAM Practitioner Aroma Therapy Certification Course has been independently approved for a maximum of 34.00 hours of continuing education credit by the following boards under Miami-Dade AHEC's CE Broker Provider # 50-1349: Florida Board of Acupuncture; Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling; Florida Board of Nursing; Florida Board of Psychology; Florida Council of Dietetics and Nutrition

Additionally, the A-CAM Practitioner Aroma Therapy Certification Course has been independently approved for a maximum of 34.00 Category I continuing education contact hours (CECH) by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. under Miami-Dade AHEC's NCHEC # MEP2904."

Debbie Nogueras, ARNP, Ph.D. is a board certified family and adult nurse practitioner.

Debbie has studied Energy Medicine since 1994 and has utilized modalities such as therapeutic touch, crystal healing, meditation, herbal and aroma therapy in her home and practice.

She is a Shaman and has been initiated into the Q'ero lineage of medicine people and a Certified A-CAM practitioner. Debbie provides education and treatment to those who seek to tap into the energy of the Universe and our own energy body/spiritual self.

Utilizing her knowledge and skills in traditional medicine with complementary and alternative modalities; Debbie seeks to increase health & well-being for individuals while capturing these data necessary to increase evidence-based research for the scientific community.

Additional information on nursing CEU's: education@a-cameducation.com

Online A-CAM Education click: http://a-cameducation.com/online_education.html

Hope this helps tell them Pamela sent you Good luck

Pamela Douglas-Alvarado

http://www.a-cameducation.com

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NurseCubanitaRN2b works as a Back To School.

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You may want to contact the NM BRN in order to find out which courses are accepted. They are the only ones who can truely give you the answers that you're seeking. Some places might accept them while others may not. Sometimes the state nursing websites have a list of accredited providers, I know the CA BVNPT does. Good Luck

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