sirI, MSN, APRN, NP Admin 112,793 Views
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Bottom line: You will use the drug for yourself? In other words, you will be practicing medicine without a license?
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Welcome to the site.
Same song, second verse.
I actually wanted to be a Nurse growing up and did just that right after High School.
And, from the get-go, knew that I had chosen the wrong profession.
Marriage, children, zero support from spouse/family.
Years go by ...
I am an exceptional NP, have paved roads for those coming after me, have brought many a babe into this world, and am a doggone good diagnostician.
But, if I had it to do again, knowing exactly what I know now, I would be retiring as a Physician.
Still, in saying all of this, at this stage of my life, I can say ... no regrets.
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i am returning my renewal application this week (8/2005) for rn to ohio bon. question on app asks if i have ever been denie a professional liscense in another state. the fact is, i applied for an rn license in az. while there, i failed a pre-employement drug screen and self reported it to the azbn, long story short, i was denied. however, i returned to my home state of ohio, notified the azbn in febuary that i was not practicing nursing there and gave my new addrdess. i see from their online verification system that my licensed was denied in march, they said they had no record of me changing my address with them. well, i'm not sure what my question is. i will tell the ohio bon about my licensure denial, will they renew my license? the evidence from az does not look good, and i do not want to send this to the board in ohio. the directions on the ohio renewal license state to send a written summary and documents from the acting body. any suggestions would be greatly, greatly appreciated.
Guys, going to ask that all talk about the differences in Residents and NP students be taken elsewhere. Some personalization occuring and very off-topic.
Please stick to the topic about "so hard to find a preceptor"........o.k.?? Thanks.
I preface this lengthy Article to show that the RN needs no formal education to practice as a Legal Nurse Consultant (LNC) ..... they need RN experience and the ability to apply Standards of Care (SOC) to the patient chart, how to follow the Nurse Practice Act (NPA), and adhere to Policies and Procedures of the hospital/clinic.
Now, in saying all of the above, there are many educative entities for the RN seeking formal education as an LNC.
There are two major entities that many RNs choose:
Which is why I said the APN must be "adventurous". Read that, "highly structured" and able/willing to follow rote protocols. Stepping out of said protocols is "practicing medicine w/o a license".
Hello BSNHopefull and welcome to allnurses.com
I just wanted to welcome you and wish you much good luck in the UT Tyler program.
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