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A criminal conviction for a Nurse Practitioner can be devastating to your career and the most common for NP’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 usually followed by a formal accusation by the Board against …Read More
A false, anonymous allegation was submitted to the BRN against my license. I Received a letter from the BRN telling me I was under investigation & requested an interview to discuss said allegations. Knowing they were false I thought I’d just handle it on my own… so GLAD I DID NOT! The investigator, no matter …Read More
RN Guardian’s Panel Attorneys, Goyette & Associates’ have recently represented a number of Nurses who have either withdrawn or been removed from the Board of Registered Nursing’s Diversion Program. G&A attorneys have actually begun advising our clients that surrendering their license may be the best option, and we’ve been hearing that more and more frequently …Read More
How To Petition the Board of Nursing for Reinstatement of NP License There are many reasons why a nurse may surrender his or her Nurse Practitioner License, but the catalyst is usually some disciplinary action from the Board of Nursing (BRN). I’ll use one of my case studies as an example: Nurse Lisa* has decided …Read More
Nicole Valentine saved my career! I was arrested for a DUI with an accident and the BRN offered me all 19 stipulations with a 3-year probation. I was very skeptical about going to trial. I was afraid I would spend money and time end up with the same outcome. Nicole was always positive and made …Read More
We consider a high blood alcohol content or BAC, anything above .16% and the higher the BAC is, the greater likelihood of formal NP License discipline by the BRN. In every DUI case I can think of that we have handled for our nurse practitioners who have a first DUI, with a BAC below a …Read More
If your Nurse Practitioner’s license was revoked, you can petition for reinstatement if you have met a few critical criteria: you’ve waited either 1 or 3 years, you have some evidence of rehabilitation and you have continued with your CE courses. Nurse Practitioners will lose their NP licenses for 2 reasons: They voluntarily surrender the …Read More
Ever wondered what you can do if your NP license application is denied? Appeal the denial! There are probably one of four reasons your NP license was denied during the initial application to the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians: You have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony You didn’t disclose a conviction …Read More
If you are applying for a NP license and have a past arrest that was “dismissed” by the courts, you probably still have to disclose it to the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN). Disclosure of a dismissed court case is a very murky, grey area of law and one that you have to get right …Read More
I retained with Nicole for disclosure to BRN and she did a wonderful job guiding me through this process. There was no stone left unturned and my disclosure letter was refined and completed under her direction. Her guidance can save your License. Just call Goyette associates and retain Nicole.Read More
If your Nurse Practitioner’s license was revoked, you can petition for reinstatement if you have met a few critical criteria: you’ve waited either 1 or 3 years, you have some evidence of rehabilitation and you have continued with your CE courses. Registered nurses will lose their NP licenses for 2 reasons: They voluntarily surrender the …Read More
The BRN means it when they say that Nurse Practitioners must disclose a DUI conviction to them in 30 days. Failure to do so is considered unprofessional conduct and while we have been able to get around this in the past, it appears the BRN is cracking down. With the new BRN requirements for nurses …Read More