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April 2014 Archives

Temporary license suspension issued against family physician

There are a great many standards that doctors are supposed to comply with in their practice of medicine. These standards touch on a wide variety of different issues, including: interactions with patients, the treatment of patients, the prescribing of medications, the disinfecting of instruments, the keeping of records and the handling of samples. Accusations of having violated these sorts of professional standards can put a doctor at risk of losing their medical license.

When to Request Employer Evaluations

Many hospitals and healthcare providers perform annual employee evaluations. As a nurse or medical resident, it is important to request a copy of each evaluation which you should save for your records.

Drug allegations can endanger a nurse's license

Promptly consulting a license defense attorney is something a Pennsylvania nurse should consider if they have been accused of crimes involving illegal drugs. Allegations regarding illegal drugs can result in a nurse facing major professional consequences. License defense attorneys can talk over options with nurses accused of drug offenses, can help such nurses with any nursing board hearings they are facing and can work to minimize the professional impacts the allegations have.

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