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TPAPN time limit

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I was reinstated in Texas in 2017 and was told by my board investigator there was no time limit on returning into practice. However today in 2019 I received a letter from TPAPN that a 90 day time limit is in place or my case will be closed and returned to the Board of nursing. I asked my board investigator about it today and she said she would get the details on the situation and answer me next week. Did anyone else receive a letter about this and or know any information about the reinstated nurses? Will we be revoked again?

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Tpapn is keeping the cases that are reinstated and due to be in Tpapn. I will not be revoked. I am reinstated and fit to practice

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You have to have 1 year working for your monitoring to end if you got a 3 year contract they are telling you get a job they will extend your contract until you work a full year as a nurse

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Thank you I was wondering that

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That’s the way it’s done here in Florida. A facet of most contracts states that you have to work X number of months (usually 12) somewhere in the duration of the thing. Working is defined as, I think 64 hours a quarter or something that breaks down to part time. If that is not done, they extend the contract until it is done. Essentially, one cannot merely sit and wait out the contract. I guess that makes sense...

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