Prescriptions for Schedule I and II drugs cannot be written by an APRN. These can only be written by doctors. 3 The Nursing Protocol Agreement and the Georgia Medical BoardAPRN which do not write prescriptions and have not submitted nursing protocol agreements for review by the GA Medical Board, but only issue prescriptions under the physician`s name, practice under OCGA APRN who write prescriptions and have submitted nursing protocol agreements to the GA Medical Board for review of nursing protocol forms under OCGA 16 References Georgia Composite Medical Board (n.d.). aprn-forms Georgia Board of Nursing (n.d.) Application, first admission APRN. ication%20- %20Initial%20Authorizement%20(APRN).pdf The addition of a new attending physician does not terminate any other monitoring that currently exists. Any current relationship with a caregiver can be terminated through the Online Registration System of Supervisions and Prescriptive Delegations. . . .