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Must I comply with a board of registered nursing order to compel a psychological evaluation? Executive Director, RN Guardian If you are a registered nurse (RN) and have received a notice from the California Board of Registered Nursing called an “Order to Compel a Psychological Evaluation,” this is likely not the first interaction you …Read More
Beware Calling Maximus for the “Confidential Consultation” When Considering Entering the Board of Nursing Diversion Program
Board of Nursing Diversion Program When does the term “confidential” really mean confidential? 1. When you tell a five year old to the keep ice cream you bought her before dinner a secret. 2. When you disclose personal information regarding an addiction to the BRN’s Diversion Provider, Maximus, who promises that that the initial consultation will …Read More
I’m a Student Nurse with a DUI and the BRN Won’t Let Me Get My License There is a trend among student RN’s in California, and it isn’t the color of their scrubs. Student Nurses with DUI’s are finding that they may just have gone through nursing school for nothing. They are completing their courses …Read More
Why is Our Nurse Jumping for Joy Over a $2,500 BRN Fine and Citation for a DUI? Normally a $2500.00 BRN Fine and Citation for DUI would make someone cry, but for a California Registered Nurse with a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) conviction, a citation and a fine is cause for celebration (just make …Read More
Registered Nurses with a Gross Negligence Accusation: Frequently Asked Questions Q. I am a Registered Nurse and I received a Gross Negligence Accusation from the BRN. Will I lose my nursing license? This is one of those answers that seems overtly self serving, but because I am not a lawyer I can say this: you …Read More
DIVERSION FAQ’s Q. I received a letter from the Board of Nursing offering me the Diversion Program because I am being accused of taking medication from my facility because of some waste discrepancies. What should I do? This a very personal decision: if you did take the medication for personal use because you have a …Read More
DID YOU GIVE UP YOUR LICENSE AND WANT IT BACK? How To Petition the Board of Nursing for Reinstatement of RN License There are many reasons why a nurse may surrender his or her Registered Nursing License, but the catalyst is usually some disciplinary action from the Board of Nursing (BRN). I’ll use one of …Read More
Why CODE § 2770.12 Should Scare the Scrubs Off You RNG recently discovered what an absolute omniscient hold the BRN’s Diversion Program has over their Nurse Participants, so much so that a nurse can’t even get her own records to exonerate herself from a disciplinary proceeding that will forever ruin her career. A terrified nurse …Read More
No, We’re Not Talking About Alex Trebek’s Double Jeopardy RN Guardian’s panel attorneys recently defended a Registered Nurse whose nursing license was subject to revocation for a DUI conviction. Just like every DUI case before hers, we were able to save her nursing license, but she was given a three year probation term by the …Read More
California Registered Nurses Arrested for a DUI Should Call RN Guardian First!
A Driving Under the Influence (DUI) arrest is traumatic enough for the average driver but for California Registered Nurses, it is especially devastating. The $3500.00 fines can quadruple once the BRN discovers it. Your nursing license can be revoked. Your entire career can be over.
What’s A Public Reprimand and Why You Should Want One A Public Reprimand conjures images of tar and feathering or schoolyard nightmares where everyone is pointing and laughing at you as you walk down the hall with toilet paper stuck to your shoe, but they are actually far more civil than that. If you’ve had …Read More
Why Bother Having My DUI Expunged if I’m a Nurse? A criminal conviction for a Registered Nurse can be devastating to your career and the most common for RN’s are Driving Under the Influence, or DUI convictions. In California, these records are automatically forwarded to the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) enforcement unit and are …Read More