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The Practical Effect of the October 17, 2015 Nursing Board Regulation Requiring All Pennsylvania Licensed R.N.'s To Report Arrests

I recently wrote in my blog, that effective October 17, 2015, the Pennsylvania Nursing Board rules were changed to require all Pennsylvania licensed RN's, LPN's, CRNP's, LDN's and CNS's to report any misdemeanor or felony criminal charge, regardless of which jurisdiction the charges originate in. These same practitioners must also report within ninety (90) days any discipline from another jurisdiction.

NURSES ARE NOW REQUIRED TO REPORT CRIMINAL CHARGES FILED AGAINST THEM WITHIN 30 DAYS OF ARREST

Effective October 17, 2015 The Pennsylvania Nursing Board rules now require all Pennsylvania licensed RNs, LPNs, CRNPs, LDNs, and CNSs to report being charged with any misdemeanor or felony criminal charge, regardless of which jurisdiction the charges originate. The same practitioners must also within 90 days report any discipline from another jurisdiction.

NURSING BOARD APPLICATION NOW REQUESTS INFORMATION ON HABITUAL USE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL

On or around July 9, 2014, the Pennsylvania Nursing Board revised its Application for Exam and/or Graduate Temporary Practice Permit (TPP) and Re-exam.  The application now asks the following question:

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