When a Registered Nurse is accused of misconduct, either by law enforcement or through a hospital complaint, the common “first step” from the Board of Registered Nursing is to send the RN a letter offering the chance to participate in the Board’s Intervention Program. Previously referred to as the “Diversion program,” the Board of
Governor Brown Reinstates the Board of Registered Nursing
By Fredrick Ray on
Posted in California Nurse Licensing
Today, February 14, 2012, Governor Brown signed SB 98, reinstating the California Board of Registered Nursing, which had been dissolved by an automatic sunset provision on December 31, 2011. The Board has been authorized to operate until 2016.
Our office had observed an apparent slowdown in the enforcement filings and hearing settings while Board enforcement…