Started nursing as an LVN in 79 in ICU. Since that time, I've worked 16 years in ICU, 2 years in the ER, 2 1/2 years in an IV therapy department and so on.During all this time, I've been giving IVP medications. I have taken 3 different IV certificate training courses along with several critical care courses. My IV skills are excellent, I've never made a mistake while giving IVP medications, I have a thick folder full of letters of commendations, recommendations and letters of praise from patients, family, RN's, LVN's, DON's and administrators alike. Every hospital I've ever worked for has accepted me for who I am, my license, my work record, my skills, training & experience and of course, after taking the usual pre employment knowledge / skills / abilities test, have accepted me into their unit. Now, someone has reported me to the texas board of nurses for exceeding my scope of practice by mixing and administering IV medications to patients without proper training, skills and without adq. supervision. I've talked with the investigator and based on his information, there's no problem with anything except me giving IVP medications. He wants me to prove I was trained to administer IVP medications. My head is swimming. I could have sworn I was trained in LVN school to give IV medications and I know I received additional training in giving IVP medications when I received my initial training to begin working in ICU 25 years ago. So, whats up? Is there anyone out their that can either give me some advice or point me in the right direction?