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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 felonyYou didn’t disclose a conviction when …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If your Nurse Practitioner’s license was revoked, you can petition for reinstatement if you have met a few critical criteria: you’ve waited either 1 or 3 years, you have some evidence of rehabilitation and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
We consider a high blood alcohol content or BAC, anything above .16% and the higher the BAC is, the greater likelihood of formal RN License discipline by the BRN. In every DUI case I can think of that we have handled for our nurses who have a first DUI, with a BAC below a .15% …Read More
Two NPs recently contacted me when it was too late to help them and they have either had, or are going to have, their Nurse Practitioner licenses revoked because they employed the worst legal defense strategy ever. I get it… BRN action is scary, so the ostrich defense of burying your head in the sand …Read More
As a registered nurse and nurse practitioner, your first clue that the Board of Registered Nursing may be getting involved with your NP 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 practitioner who has been placed …Read More
We all know there is a ton of “fake news” on the internet. Advice that pertains to an NP certification and RN license defense after an arrest or allegation of diversion is no exception. As a Nurse Practitioner, your NP certification is so much more than just your RN license, and it’s important to have …Read More
I will receive dozens of phone calls over the next month from nurse practitioners who have been arrested for a DUI. The holiday parties and dinners with friends, the glasses of wine and champagne and SO MUCH FOOD and needing to be a million places at once create the perfect cocktail for disaster. Not one …Read More
If you are a nurse practitioner 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 is so great for the NP. REPORTED TO THE BRN If you have been accused …Read More