RNs are a tight-knit community, but license investigations are such a taboo to talk about. If you know someone who is under investigation, make them feel less alone with our 4 Tips To Refer A Past Colleague:
1. Be Understanding
Understand that the registered nurse is under investigation by the BRN. Through every accusation, your colleague is still innocent until proven guilty. There wouldn’t be an investigation otherwise and these are often foreseen with an employer placing the nurse on administrative leave while they conduct an internal investigation into charting mistakes or missing medications. This understandably put the nurse practitioner under investigation through tremendous stress. Listening with an understanding attitude goes a long way in helping the accused nurse feel less alone.
2. Know Your Stuff
BRN investigations happen more often than you may think. Resources and literature are readily available on every situation that may arise. Begin with the basics with our Registered Nurse Under Investigation by the BRN to understand who the BRN is, their investigation process, and what to expect next. Our other articles, such Registered Nurse Placed on Administrative Leave Pending Employer Investigation, The NP License Defense Strategy That Always Fails With the BRN, and. Begin with the basics with our Registered Nurse Under Investigation by the BRN to understand who the BRN is, their investigation process, and what to expect next.
3. Don’t Believe Everything You Read On The Internet
The internet is full of “Fake News” and people looking to exploit others through unfortunate circumstances. We see it happen way too frequently as experts in the field. Follow our guide Biggest Registered Nurse License Defense Lies On the Web to learn how to best navigate your online research.
4. Refer To The Experts
With RN Guardian, California Registered Nurses or Licensed Vocational Nurses have a way to defend their RN or LVN licenses for low flat fees. As a member of RN Guardian, the nurse gets access to a small and elite team of vetted expert attorneys who have handled thousands of cases just like theirs. The nurse gets the most experienced and successful attorneys in the business for a dependable flat rate and of course, if any issue ever comes up again, they are covered for that issue by their membership.
Don’t send your colleague in alone. Direct them to experts who know the tricks and bureaucracies of the BRN. We at RN Guardian have seen thousands of cases and always prepared to do what it takes. Contact us today to learn exactly what we can do.