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Advanced Practice Registered Nurse License

When to File APRN Application You must be concurrently applying for, or already hold, an active Registered Nurse (RN) license either in Delaware or one of these compact states: For important information on how the Nurse Compact affects your Nursing license, see Compact (Multi-State) Licensure. You must have a: Master’s degree, or Post-basic program certificate […]

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Frequently Asked Questions

Registration Requirements Who is required to register to access the PMP? Uploading Requirements Which federal schedules or drugs of concern is a dispenser required to report to the PMP? How often do I have to report? How do I send a Zero Report? Which Web site address should I use to upload my data files? […]

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Substance Abuse Treatment Resources

Drug abuse is a complex problem. Overdose deaths and addiction related to prescription drugs are troubling and very real issues. The Delaware Prescription Monitoring Program emphasizes prevention, intervention, and treatment. Practitioners, pharmacists and patients can find a substance abuse/addiction treatment provider at any of the following websites. Delaware Health and Social Services – Division of Substance […]

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Delaware Prescription Monitoring Program

The PMP is an electronic tool that collects information on ALL controlled substance prescriptions, schedules II-V. The data is reported on a daily basis by Delaware-licensed pharmacies and prescribers who dispense controlled substances.

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Fee Schedule

Processing Fees for Registration Applications Submit the processing fee for the type of registration application you are filing with the application form. Applications submitted without the processing fee will be rejected. Make the check or money order payable to the “State of Delaware.” Cash is not accepted. Processing fees are non-refundable.   Physician Controlled Substance […]

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Forms

Applications Application for Controlled Substances Registration – Advanced Practice Registered Nurses Application for Facility Controlled Substances Registration (Pharmacy, Distributor/Manufacturer, Hospital/Clinic, Researcher/Lab, Provider Pharmacy Facility) Application for Controlled Substances Registration – Optometrists Application for Controlled Substances Registration – Physician Assistants Application for Controlled Substances Registration – Practitioners (Physician, Dentist, Podiatrist, Veterinarian, Exempt Official)   Reporting Forms […]

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Mandatory Course

Who Must Take Mandatory Course All practitioners who apply for a Delaware controlled substance registration (CSR) must complete a mandatory one-hour course on Delaware law, regulation and programs pertaining to prescribing and distributing controlled substances. Approved Course To fulfill the mandatory course requirement, the course you take must contain the curriculum approved by the Delaware Secretary […]

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Registration Renewal

Information About Renewal Applications for All Registrations Controlled Substance registrations expire on June 30 of odd years (e.g., 2017). Several weeks before the permit expiration date, a renewal notice will be sent to the email address on the record. This notice will explain how to access the online renewal application. To complete the online renewal application, […]

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Controlled Substances Registration – Optometrists

These instructions apply only to Optometrists. If you are an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, see Controlled Substances Registration – Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. If you are a Physician Assistant, see Controlled Substances Registration – Physician Assistant. If you are a healthcare practitioner other than a Physician Assistant or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, see Controlled Substances Registration – Practitioners. […]

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Controlled Substances Registration – Physician Assistants

These instructions apply only to Physician Assistants. If you are an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, see Controlled Substances Registration – Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. If you are an Optometrist, see Controlled Substances Registration – Optometrists. If you are a healthcare practitioner other than a Physician Assistant, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, or Optometrist, see Controlled Substances Registration – Practitioners. […]

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