Archive, August 2017.

When the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) finds evidence of wrongdoing during an investigation, they may take disciplinary action against the nurse in question. What are these actions, and how might they affect your right to practice nursing? The following explains, and it provides details on how an experienced nursing license defense lawyer can mitigate against the disciplinary action that may be taken against you.
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When nurses think of patient privacy breaches that result in disciplinary action, their minds typically turn to major mistakes, situations that involve the systemic release of patient information. However, even minor infractions can result in disciplinary action from the Texas Board of Nursing (BON). Learn more about protecting your nursing license from security-related issues, and how an experienced lawyer can help you through the process.
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Sometimes, the mistakes that physicians make are not related to negligence. Instead, they are the actions of a protective and thoughtful doctor – one that wanted to protect or help their patients. Sadly, not even the best of intentions can save physicians from disciplinary action. Learn more about the well-intentioned mistakes that a doctor can make, and how an experienced medical license defense lawyer can help mitigate against the consequences that one may face after an investigation by the Texas Medical Board.
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Learning that you are the subject of a complaint or investigation with the Texas Board of Nursing can be stressful – and not just because you must handle the complaint. Such issues may also place your livelihood at risk. Thankfully, there are ways that you can mitigate the damage. Learn more about protecting your nursing license with help from the following information.
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