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How can you appeal a California nursing license denial?

If you live in California and wish to make a living as a registered nurse, a valid nursing license is necessary in order to do so. Regrettably, nursing license applications are subject to denial, and you may have your application for a license denied for any number of different reasons.

Should you defend your license if you think you did wrong?

Say you are a medical professional such as a nurse. You have recently received notification that your license to practice may be in jeopardy due to allegations such as alcohol addiction, embezzlement or stealing. Similarly, it could be accusations of unprofessionalism at work or negligence such as not doing an assessment correctly.

Can bullying result in the loss of your nurse’s license?

You have reason to take pride in your nursing career. You work long hours to take care of patients, coordinate with doctors, console family members and even help to save lives. There is no doubt that your nursing job can be stressful, especially if you have to work with difficult people. If there is bullying or unprofessional behavior present in the workplace, how can it affect you and other California nurses?

Can a DUI affect your medical career?

As a nurse, doctor or other medical professional, you dedicate yourself to providing patients with the highest level of care possible. You are attentive, professional and careful in every aspect of your job. Like anybody else, though, you likely look forward to relaxing and loosening up a bit when you aren’t on the clock. You might go out, have a drink and enjoy the company of friends at a bar.

Doctor loses medical license for refusing to use a computer

A physician from New London, New Hampshire, did not use computers to keep track of patient records. Instead, she used detailed handwritten notes and manila folders for each patient. Her small office had only a landline telephone and fax machine as subtle nods to the modern era. She used no computerized machines or diagnostic techniques, relying instead on her experience and general medical knowledge.

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