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Does a disciplinary action on my RN license transfer to my DNP license?

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The0Walrus has 1 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Psych.

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I got disciplined for not disclosing a 20 year old case my lawyer told me would never show up. Long story. So right out of the gate I got disciplined. Never been suspended, never had limitations, etc. I've been working at the state hospital and nursing homes for the past year. Next year I plan on going for either my Nurse Practitioner license or physician assistant license. The biggest factor is I don't want to work with a disciplined license. Would the disciplinary action from my RN license transfer over to my DNP as well? Or will my DNP license have no board action since it's not my RN license. Thanks and hope to get some feedback.

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SopranoKris has 5 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Critical Care.

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I'm not sure about your state, but in my state, your APN is part of your nursing license, so it would definitely remain "attached" to it.

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