Tag Archives: state board of nursing

Disciplinary Actions Evaluated by the State Board of Nursing

In past Bulletins, I have written about your nursing assistant / nursing aide (CNA) role and the potential for inclusion in a lawsuit [...]

What Types of Conduct do Boards of Nursing Consider as Unethical, Unprofessional or Illegal Conduct by Nurse Licensees?

As you know, state boards of nursing are empowered with the duty to administer and enforce the state nurse practice act and its rules. [...]

Administrative / Judicial Review of a Board of Nursing Decision

As was discussed in the last few Bulletins, one of the rights a nurse licensee has is to file an administrative review before a state [...]

What is Delegation and to Whom Should I Delegate Aspects of Nursing Care?

One author has stated that the delegation of patient care, the assignment of patient care to another member of the health care team, [...]

What Rights do Nurses Have When Appearing Before the Board of Nursing?

The protections afforded a nurse licensee who has allegedly violated the nurse practice act or its rules and must answer to the state [...]