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Addiction is experienced by individuals of all ages, in all walks of life, and of all professions; it does not discriminate. Yet, when it comes to the nursing field, the consequences of addiction are usually higher. That is because nurses have more than just their health and emotional and financial well-being on the line; they could also lose their right to practice. Thankfully, it is possible to mitigate against the risk of a suspended nursing license while seeking treatment for an addiction. Learn more in the following sections, including how the experienced assistance of an attorney can …
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Sanitary practices that meet the standard of care can help to reduce the risk of transmission of communicable diseases and development of procedure-related infections. Yet, because physicians and their staff are only human, errors in sanitary practices can and do occur. Should the Texas Medical Board (TMB) catch wind, your medical license could be at risk. Learn how to protect your right to practice in the face of an investigation, and discover what an experienced attorney can do to help improve the outcome of your case.
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