2. Cooperation agreements, which are written, may give a registered nurse the power to administer, prescribe or prescribe medication and to provide treatment if the registered professional nurse is an advanced nurse of the practice defined in section 335.016. Collaborative practical agreements may delegate to a defined nurse in Section 335.016, section 335.016, the power to administer, deliver or prescribe controlled substances in Diagrams III, IV and V of Section 195.017 and Section II – Hydrocodone; except that the cooperation agreement does not delineate the power to administer controlled substances listed in the III, IV and V diagrams of Section III, IV and V of Section 195.017 or Schedule II – Hydrocodone, for the purpose of inducing sedation or general anesthesia for therapeutic, diagnostic or surgical procedures. Schedule III is limited to hydrocodone prescriptions lasting 1000 hours without any filling. These Community practice agreements must take the form of written agreements, mutually agreed protocols or permanent contracts for the provision of health services. 12. No contract or other agreement provides that any nurse registered in advanced practice serves a registered nurse for any medical cooperating nurse registered against the will of advanced practice. An advanced nurse, registered in the office, has the right to refuse to cooperate with a particular doctor without sanction. 3. The written community practice scheme contains at least the following provisions: 8. A cooperating physician cannot enter into a community practice agreement with more than three registered full-time nurses. This restriction does not apply to collaborative agreements made by hospital staff who provide Chapter 197 hospital hospital care services or population-related public health services within the meaning of 20 CSR 2150-5.100 as of April 30, 2008.