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RNs & Disciplinary Actions: How it Works

Season 2, Ep. 7

This podcast/education event will provide listeners with an overview of the process that occurs when the College receives an allegation related to a registrant’s practice or conduct that is alleged to be unacceptable and deserving of sanction. The Director of Professional Conduct Review (PCR) will discuss the College’s authorization, in the interest of public protection, to intervene when practice is unacceptable and the responsibilities of RNs and NPs to report professional misconduct to the College.

Guest: Brenda Carroll, Director of Professional Conduct Review at the College of RNs

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