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Skeleton in your Closet?

By Jennifer Coalson | Oct 4, 2010

No Statute of Limitations on RN DUIs… or anything else for that matter There are some skeletons hanging beside scrubs in closets around California. And the BRN doesn’t care how old they are. I just took a call this morning from an RN with a DUI from 2 years ago; it is only now coming …

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Your Money or Your RN License?

By Jennifer Coalson | Aug 27, 2010

Your Money or Your RN License?   California has been slashing budgets- laying off teachers and police officers.  But the Board of Registered Nursing, a California State agency, has actually hired staff over the last few years.  How can the BRN increase their budget and staff while everyone else in the State has to cut …

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How Are BRN Investigations Triggered? What Type of Complaints Are Investigated?

By Jennifer Coalson | Aug 16, 2010

BRN Investigations As one of our members said, “The California Board of Registered Nursing ( BRN’s) mission is to protect the public. In theory this is both necessary and noble. But in practice and for an agency understaffed and with limited resources, what results is harsh, uncompromising prosecution of good nurses.” This prosecution of good …

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RN Guardian Can Still Help, Even if You Have an Issue

By Jennifer Coalson | Aug 16, 2010

 CW, Thank you for your email submission. You asked if we will  still be able to help you even though you already have an accusation against your license. The short answer is yes, we can. RNG is set up as a preventative service for career and license issues but we have the best attorneys in the state on …

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Avoid the 5 Mistakes Pam Made and Save $17 Grand

By Jennifer Coalson | Aug 11, 2010

Avoid the 5 Mistakes Pam Made and Save $17 Grand Pam, I can’t thank you enough for your post.  For our readers at RN Guardian, I’d like to make a few comments on what Pam experienced. Her story is horrible, and the worst part is that it is so typical. She’s given us permission to …

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How a BRN Investigation is Like Totaling Your Car

By Jennifer Coalson | Aug 11, 2010

Have you or a family member ever been in a car accident? I mean any kind of car accident… a fender bender in your kid’s school parking lot (I have) … rear-ended by someone talking on their phone (I have) … or side swiped by someone who doesn’t know how to merge? (I have). Those …

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A Happy Ending

By Jennifer Coalson | Aug 11, 2010

 In January of 2010, I was forced to defend my California RN license in a revocation hearing and was defended by RNG’s panel attorney: Goyette & Associates‘, Lauro Paredes. Our victory is just sinking in. It’s been almost 2 years of fear and anxiety about my license. What a relief! Being accused of gross negligence and requiring a …

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Have a Complaint Against Your RN License?

By Jennifer Coalson | Aug 11, 2010

Have a Complaint Against Your RN License? If a complaint or accusation has been made against your Registered Nursing (rn) License, our RN Guardian lawyers are waiting to talk to you. If you have been accused of gross negligence, DUI, drug charges, leaving diversion, or any other matter with the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN …

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License Investigation Tactics Used by the BRN

By Jennifer Coalson | Jun 21, 2010

I don’t remember looking for anything exactly, but was surfing the web and came across a slide show regarding RN license protection. One of the main points it made was that the state regulatory boards for Nursing often prefer nurses to not have professional legal representation when dealing with them. The slide show went on …

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License Investigation Tactics Used by the BRN

By Jennifer Coalson | Jun 21, 2010

I don’t remember looking for anything exactly, but was surfing the web and came across a slide show regarding RN license protection. One of the main points it made was that the state regulatory boards for Nursing often prefer nurses to not have professional legal representation when dealing with them. The slide show went on …

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Widely-Use EtG Test for Alcohol Unreliable Cannot Distinguish Between Consumption and Exposure

By Jennifer Coalson | Dec 31, 2008

Widely-Used EtG Test for Alcohol Unreliable Cannot Distinguish Between Consumption and Exposure What Is a EtG Test? The EtG test is a biomarker test that detects the presence of ethyl glucuronide in urine samples. Usually, it is used to monitor alcohol consumption in individuals who are legally prohibited from drinking alcohol by the justice system …

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