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QuickConfirm License Verification Terms & Conditions

Please read and certify that you have read the Disclaimers and terms and conditions for access to the Nursys database and to use the Nursys QuickConfirm License Verification service. If you are an employer of nurses, you must also certify your compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act ("FCRA") below. Also refer to additional Terms of Use and Privacy & Security policies for NCSBN websites.

The Nursys nurse licensure and disciplinary database is the repository of the license and disciplinary data of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing ("NCSBN") member boards of nursing. NCSBN grants you a limited, non-exclusive and non-transferable license to access the Nursys database to verify your licensure and disciplinary history for purposes of licensure, endorsement and/or employment. This license does not permit, or include the right to, any reproduction, reuse, sale or other commercial or derivative use of any Nursys data. You are prohibited from any downloading or copying of any data for any third party's use or from accessing the Nursys database with any data mining or automated data gathering or extraction tools.

Notice – Disclaimer of Representations & Warranties

Through a written agreement, participating individual boards of nursing designate Nursys as a primary source equivalent database. NCSBN posts the information in Nursys when, and as, submitted by the individual boards of nursing. NCSBN may not make any changes to the submitted information and disclaims any responsibility to update or verify such information as it is received from the individual boards of nursing. Nursys displays the dates on which a board of nursing updated its information in Nursys.

If you are a nurse who challenges the content, accuracy or completeness of your individual records displayed on Nursys®, you may contact the NCSBN Nursys® Administrator and register a challenge. NCSBN shall promptly forward your challenge to the involved board of nursing for resolution. You shall be notified of the resolution and any available right of appeal through the board of nursing.

To make your compliance certification, click on the "I agree" button below.


To access and obtain information from the Nursys nurse licensure and disciplinary database, you must certify your compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act ("FCRA") and the following terms and conditions

(A) You will seek Nursys records (i) as an employer, only on nurses employed by you, assigned to you as temporary staff from a third-party staffing vendor and/or applying for employment with you or the third-party staffing vendor; (ii) as an emergency response organization, only on nurses listed on your nurse registry to update their licensure status; (iii) as a credentialing service, only on nurses employed by your customer; or (iv) as an education provider, only on nurses who are enrolled in your nursing program. If you are a nurse, you may enroll your license(s) for self-monitoring and license expiration reminders.

(B) To use such records for any purpose, including the evaluation of anyone for employment, you must also certify that you will:
(1) comply with all FCRA notification and authorization requirements, including authorization to obtain periodically updated records, prior to obtaining any information from Nursys;
(2) not use the records obtained from Nursys in violation of any federal or state equal opportunity law or regulation; and
(3) provide a copy of the records to the individual as well as a summary of the individual’s rights under the FCRA (in the form attached as Appendix A) if any adverse action is to be taken based, in whole or part, on records obtained from Nursys.

To make your compliance certification, click on the "I agree" button below.

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NCSBN ID is the public, globally unique identifier for all nurses from participating boards of nursing.
  • RN: Registered Nurse
  • PN: Practical Nurse (aka Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Vocational Nurse (VN), Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN))
  • CNP: Certified Nurse Practitioner
  • CNS: Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • CNM: Certified Nurse Midwife
  • CRNA: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist