Accusation Against Your RN License?

If you’ve received an Accusation against your RN license from the Board of Registered Nursing in California, Arizona, or Texas, there are a few things you must know; the most important being that you very likely won’t have your nursing license revoked or suspended, despite what it says.   WHAT DOES THE ACCUSATION MEAN? An …

RN Guardian: Proudly Serving Arizona Nurses

When your license is in jeopardy due to a complaint filed against you or a past criminal conviction, it’s best to seek legal help immediately from a team of committed professionals who will fight tooth and nail for you.  RN Guardian is here to protect your future. We offer proactive legal counsel to safeguard your …

What RNs Can Expect During BRN Probation

What RNs Can Expect During BRN Probation There are up to 20 probation requirements that the BRN can impose on a RN who is going to be on probation. The language of the probation order itself can be a bit misleading so I want to make sure it is clear. Nurses often are relieved to …

Nursing Students with Past Convictions: RN License Guidelines

Nursing Students with Past Convictions: RN License Guidelines If you are getting ready to graduate from your nursing program and apply for your RN license, you are probably so excited! You’ve dedicated years to make it this far, only to learn that you may be denied your RN license because of a past misdemeanor conviction-you …

If My RN License Was Taken Away, Can It Ever Be Reinstated?

Short answer: yes. Long answer: It is far easier and less expensive to keep the license from being revoked in the first place. RN Licenses can be revoked for all number of violations of the Nurse Practice Act (NPA), from first time DUI convictions, to gross negligence for mischarging or wasting errors, to giving meds …

Should You Enter the BRN’s Diversion Program?

Should You Enter the BRN’s Diversion Program? The answer to whether you are a good candidate for the California BRN’s diversion program will depend on who you ask. If you ask the BRN itself, or you ask the program provider’s at Maximus, they will tell you yes, OH YES!!!!!, you should certainly enroll in the …