Thursday, March 4, 2010
What Happens When Someone Files a BRN Complaint?
Nursing is regarded as one of the most ethical professions. But nurses are human and can make mistakes, although we all strive very hard to avoid them. And over the course of my 30 years in the profession, I have to say I've known a few individuals who needed to (and often were) stripped of their license or sanctioned in some manner by the BRN.
So what happens when a patient or family member, a physician, or co-worker files a complaint with the board of nursing? Angela Hermosillo, RN, JD, a nurse-attorney has written a nice article for Working Nurse about the process.
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