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Revocation of a nursing license is actually an incredibly rare occurrence among our clients. In fact, for the thousands of nurses our attorneys have represented, only a couple have had their RN licenses revoked. WHEN DOES Revocation of a Nursing License OCCUR? The Board of Nursing (BRN) cannot revoke your RN license without first filing …Read More
If you’ve received an Accusation against your RN license from the California BRN, there are a few things you must know; the most important being that you very likely won’t have your nursing license revoked or suspended, despite what it says. WHAT DOES THE ACCUSATION MEAN? An Accusation against your RN license means that the …Read More
As a registered nurse, your first clue that the BRN may be getting involved with your RN license, starts with your employer placing you on administrative leave while they conduct an internal investigation into charting mistakes or missing medications. If you are a nurse who has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation by …Read More
A nursing license suspension is actually an incredibly rare occurrence among our clients. In fact, for the thousands of nurses our attorneys have represented, only a couple have had their RN licenses suspended for any period of time and never longer than 6 months. WHEN DOES NURSING LICENSE SUSPENSION OCCUR? A nurse’ RN license will …Read More
A Letter of Public Reprimand from the BRN or Board of Registered Nursing is a fantastic result, and one that is getting more difficult to achieve. If you are faced with an Accusation against your RN license, there are only a few options available to you: 1.) the case gets dropped (this occurs in 18 …Read More
There are two types of BRN Hearings: 1 is similar to a typical courtroom proceeding, the other is more like being a contestant on Chopped. The type of BRN Hearing you will have to attend will depend upon what the BRN is disciplining you for or what you are requesting. When the BRN Hearing is …Read More
RN accused of diverting medication? If you are a registered nurse and have been recently accused of diverting medication, there are only 2 scenarios: 1.) you did it, 2.) you didn’t. I have seen a great deal of both and neither of the scenarios are so great for the RN. REPORTED TO THE BRN If …Read More
Three Parts of a DUI for a RN Most people only have to deal with the DUI and the DMV when they get arrested for a DUI, as if that wasn’t enough, but a Registered Nurse must deal with a third issue: The BRN. There are three moving parts to every DUI for a RN, …Read More
Attorneys for Nurses Nurses, of all professions, should get this comparison: just like there are specialists in medicine, there are specialists in law and there are attorneys who have dedicated their entire practices to defending registered nurses. Some attorneys are so specialized that they’ve narrowed their focus to defending RNs from the Board of Registered …Read More
Can I Be a Nurse With A DUI? If you have a DUI, you will be able to get your RN license. If you are already a nurse, you will be able to keep your RN license following a DUI. However, there are caveats to both that you need to know. STUDENT NURSES APPLYING FOR …Read More
Can I get hired as a RN with a DUI? Short answer: Of course! Long Answer: probably, but it will not be the most desirable job, it will depend on what the BRN has done to your RN license and whether that is public record and whether you have to disclose it to the employer- …Read More
Registered nurses will lose their RN licenses for 2 reasons: 1.) they voluntarily surrender the RN license or 2.) the RN license is revoked by the BRN. Once a RN license is surrendered or revoked, it is possible to get it back but it is a long process and it is an up-hill battle. The process …Read More