A nurse attorney should be hired at all times whenever you undergo a case whether a civil or a criminal case, that may affect your RN license. This is what an RN from Abilene should have done when facing a criminal case that is affecting her license and work. Take note that the Texas Board of Nursing can settle matters with a nurse attorney if one is present with the respondent during a case.
At the time of the incident, an RN was employed as a Registered Nurse at a hospital facility in Mission, Texas, and had been in that position for three (3) years and one (1) month.
On or about October 8, 2020, and October 23, 2020, while employed as a Registered Nurse, the said RN falsely documented that she validated the clinical skills of six (6) nurses. However, during an interview with staff, the RN admitted she did not validate the clinical skills of the six nurses. The RN’s conduct resulted in an inaccurate training record and was likely to injure patients in that the six (6) nurses would not have complete and accurate training on which to base their care.
In response to the said incidents, the RN asserts that all of the errors or omissions are due to her lack of training and a lack of positive responses from her manager.
The Texas Board of Nursing gave the RN sufficient time to defend the complaints filed against her. However, there was a failure on the RN’s part to find the right nurse attorney to handle her case. This had caused and led to the suspension of the RN license.
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