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November 2014 Archives

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We are back to our discussion of the difference between unprofessional conduct and Unprofessional Conduct. As we said in our Nov. 11 post, the first is loosely defined as, "You probably shouldn't have done that." The second is defined by the Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine.

The Importance of Hiring An Attorney After You Have Been Accused of Being Impaired on the Job

If you are a nurse, doctor or other healthcare worker and have been accused of being impaired while working, you should immediately consult with an attorney experienced in matters before the Bureau of Professional Occupational Affairs, the agency charged with investigating and prosecuting healthcare workers in licensing matters.

Unprofessional conduct can get license suspended or revoked

Medical professionals know what "unprofessional conduct" is. They spend years in school and years at the sides of more experienced practitioners learning not just what to do but how to be a surgeon or a doctor. The ethics of these jobs are pretty much self-evident, rooted in common sense and instinct. We may not be able to quote the exact rules, but we know unprofessional conduct when we see it, whether we are in Pennsylvania or Timbuktu.

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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