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What not to do at a nursing license board hearing

If you make a living as a nurse, a time may come when you receive notification that someone made a complaint against you, even if you believe the complaint to be meritless. If you become the subject of an investigation by the Texas Board of Nursing, how you respond to the complaint and what you do in your hearing are likely to factor into any disciplinary actions taken against you.

Have you been accused of unprofessional conduct as a nurse?

Let us say that you relocated to Texas to take a position as Nurse Practitioner with a small physician's group. No sooner had you settled in when your supervisor told you to make a change to a medical record so that it would support a certain billing code. You followed instructions, but that was a big mistake.

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