Nurses’ group balks at proposal on delegating duties

A proposed change to Rhode Island’s nursing regulations that would allow nurses to delegate tasks to unlicensed aides “when the client’s health status is stable and predictable” has caused alarm amid leaders in the profession. But Pamela L. McCue, the state director of nurse registration and nursing education, says the proposal is still in its…

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