Archive, October 2015.

Learning that a complaint has been filed against you with the Texas Board of Nursing can be nerve-wracking; if it is not, then you may be underestimating the seriousness of your situation. 
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If you receive notice that complaint has been filed against you through the Texas Medical Board, the Texas Board of Nursing, the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners, or some other licensing agency, it is essential that you take the matter seriously—never underestimate the importance of a complaint filed against you.
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In the state of Texas, licensed professionals in the health care, mental health, and child welfare industries are required to report suspicion of child abuse or neglect. Failure to do so can have grave consequences on both criminal and professional licensing levels. As such, it is essential that physicians and nurses, as well as licensed professional counselors, social workers, and psychologists understand the signs of abuse and the process through which they may fulfill their legal obligation if they have reason to suspect that abuse may be an issue.
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This August, an anonymous essay, written by a physician recounting their experience with the crude, sexual, and disruptive behavior of other physicians during their interactions with patients, was published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
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