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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
Often, Registered Nurses hold another license, like an LVN license or a CNA license and so when faced with an Accusation from the BRN calling for revocation of their RN license, some nurses figure they will just surrender one and use the other. The problem is that if a nurse surrenders a license following an …Read More
LVN License Defense Attorneys- the lawyer matters If you are a licensed vocational nurse (LVN) facing license discipline or investigation from the BVNPT, the attorney you choose really matters. This may seem so obvious that it shouldn’t require an entire blog piece, but I often get calls from LVNs wanting a second opinion, an alternative …Read More
BRN Attorney- RN license defense If you are a registered nurse facing license discipline or investigation from the BRN, the attorney you choose really matters. You need a BRN attorney: attorneys who are laser-focused on defending RNs from BRN action. This may seem so apparent that it shouldn’t require an entire blog piece, but I …Read More
If you are a registered nurse facing license discipline or investigation from the BRN, the attorney you choose really matters. You need RN License Defense Attorneys and no one else. This may seem so apparent that it shouldn’t warrant an entire blog piece, but I often get calls from RNs wanting a second opinion, an …Read More
The California Board of Registered Nursing has recently changed the name of its diversion program to the BRN Intervention Program, but make no mistake, it is the exact same thing. I am going to go out on a limb and take credit for the name change, since I inundated the web with my posts on …Read More
The RN Retaliatory Gross Negligence or Incompetence Complaint to the BRN Registered nurses assume that if they are careful in their charting, careful giving and wasting medication, fastidious in following doctor’s orders and if they are good nurses loved by their patients, they won’t ever have to worry about the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN). …Read More
What RNs Can Expect During BRN Probation There are up to 20 probation requirements that the BRN can impose on a RN who is going to be on probation. The language of the probation order itself can be a bit misleading so I want to make sure it is clear. Nurses often are relieved to …Read More
“Gross Negligence” is a horrible sounding accusation against you as a nurse or your RN license, isn’t it? Here is what Gross Negligence actually means in an Accusation from the BRN: “Gross Negligence is an extreme departure from the standard of practice for RNs. An extreme departure means the repeated failure to provide the required …Read More