Is this typical for MA's ? - page 2
here we go again, talking to an ma who works in a dr's office. they had a drug rep come in, giving the usual , food, gift cirtificates etc...the rep was a sialis rep. she aked the drug rep about her... Read More
Nov 5, '07Occupation: perpetual student Specialty: 5 year(s) of experience in ICU, currently in Anesthesia School ; Joined: Jun '06; Posts: 224; Likes: 115What you have described is a crime. Failure to report could be considered a violation for you personally....Yes, knowledge of a violation of this type and failure to report it could be grounds for the BON in your state to take action against YOUR license. Below is a link to the "personal character" clause in the TXBON that empowers them to act against your license, most states have similar language.
All drama aside-I just want you to understand that the dispensing of "samples" by anyone without a physician's or Nurse practitioner's order/prescription is definitely a crime and this MA's actions can make BIG problems for you personally if they are not addressed.
You want to bring up this act with the MA's physician, as s/he is directly liable for any actions this person took.Last edit by ready4crna? on Nov 5, '07 : Reason: additional thought