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#whataday: Social media and your nursing license

Like many of your friends on social media, you probably share your reflections of your day, your family or your job. A stressful day with a co-worker may compel you to vent on Facebook, and an emotional encounter with a patient may inspire you to tweet a message of hope.

Nurses are required to report criminal matters

When you face criminal charges or have been convicted, your instinct may be to keep it a secret. You may know that it could impact your career as a nurse in Pennsylvania, but think that you can get away with hiding a misdemeanor or criminal charge from the State Board of Nursing. However, there could be serious repercussions if you do not report criminal charges or convictions.

Ten Year Automatic Suspension of RN's License for Felony Conviction Under the Drug Act

In August 2013, the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing drastically changed the interpretation of the statute governing suspension of a nursing license for a violation under the Controlled Substance, Drug, and Device and Cosmetic Act.

Provisional Denial of Application for RN Licensure by Endorsement

We recently represented a nurse who voluntarily relinquished his license in the state of California six years ago due to noncompliance with the California Monitoring Program. The nurse had tested positive for marijuana during an employment urine screen.

If you are a licensed nurse, doctor, dentist, pharmacist or any other professional in Pennsylvania, call The Law Offices of Brian E. Quinn for help. Based in Philadelphia, our attorneys have decades of experience in the fields of professional license defense, criminal defense and family law.

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