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The dedication of front liners for their patients is remarkable. However, sometimes, people forget that they are humans too. They too can feel burnout, stressed, and depressed, and sometimes, their job might involve when they feel down the most. They sometimes may fail to do a follow-up charting to a patient or fail to monitor a particular patient in the required time due to stress and burnout, especially after long hours of the shift. They sometimes can do mistakes, and it will be less stressful for them if they will hire a Woodlands Nurse Attorney to help them resolve such issues and cases against them.

On or about June 10, 2019, through August 2, 2019, while enrolled as a Nurse Practitioner in The Woodlands, the RN submitted clinical hour logs to the university of hours completed at the university under the name of a nurse practitioner who was not her preceptor and did not supervise her. The RN’s conduct resulted in inaccurate clinical logs.

In response to the incident, the RN states that when she reported for her clinical, the psychiatry university reassigned her to another preceptor. She was told that the initial preceptor would maintain an indirect role but that the initial preceptor was still part of the preceptor program and would continue signing off on the clinical logs. The RN completed her clinical requirements with another nurse practitioner at the facility who was also in the program.

The RN states she complied with the system that psychiatry had in place and followed instructions given by management in regards to clinical log documentation. She states that there was no intent to deceive, and the inaccurate clinical logs were a result of psychiatry’s internal logistics and mismanagement. She has worked with the university to rectify the clinical logs.

If you are a Nurse in The Woodlands who faces any disciplinary issues before the Texas Board of Nursing, please contact nurse attorney Yong J. An, call or text at 832 428 5679 or Mr. An has represented over 100 nurses before the Texas Board of Nursing since 2006.