If so how (and maybe why ) did it happen, and what did you do to respond?
Has 8 years experience.
Aug 13, 2005
Not quite yet, but i've only been a nurse for 3 months, so just give me some time..l. :chuckle
Sorta...? I shouldn't explain what happened on a public board.
I think the best thing to do is admit if you have done any wrongdoing right up front, because if you deny it, it'll just look worse.
All you can do is tell the truth, and don't repeat the circumstances to coworkers who aren't involved.
Marie_LPN, RN, LPN, RN
Specializes in 5 yrs OR, ASU Pre-Op 2 yr. ER.
Why are you asking?
NRSKarenRN, BSN, RN
Has 43 years experience.
Specializes in Vents, Telemetry, Home Care, Home infusion.
you had previously posted:
i would like to one day write a book about nurses who lose (or keep) their licenses.
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