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Veterans Affairs inspects NY nurses, calls for removal

The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General (OIG) recently investigated a VA Western New York Healthcare System for the circumstances that led to a patient’s death. The investigation focused on the alleged mismanagement of a patient’s resuscitation.  

New York obstetrician loses medical license for misconduct

An obstetrician formerly employed at an upstate hospital can no longer practice medicine in New York. The Department of Health's Board of Professional Medical Conduct sustained charges of misconduct in a pair of cases in which he cared for diabetic patients.

Borders, boundaries and consequences for nurses

We read with interest a well-written column by an oncology nurse about borders, boundaries and consequences for boundary crossings and violations. Let's begin by defining terms: the columnist writes that the National Council of State Boards of Nursing says "a boundary crossing" is a 'brief excursion across professional lines of behavior.'"

An overview of NYSED nursing standards

As nurses and students aspiring to be nurses in New York know, it takes a real commitment to the profession and devotion to patients to become licensed as an RN or LPN. Even more, the New York State Education Department says, you must meet education requirements, be at least 18 years old, meet examination requirements and "demonstrate that you are currently of good moral character in order to be licensed or registered as an RN or LPN."

New multi-state licensing compact encourages mobility for nurses

Mobility is a key element in maintaining job growth in America’s economy. When it comes to nursing, being able to travel to different locations using the same license is just as important. A number of state regulatory boards recognized this and created a Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) so that nurses could provide their services across state lines while adhering to one set of rules and avoid redundancy among states.

3 common reasons nursing licenses are suspended or revoked

Nurses are an integral part of the health care system. Whether you are going in for an exam or seeking urgent medical care, a nurse will often be the first professional you are treated by. Because of the vital role they play, though, there are high standards maintained for licensing. There are many missteps that can land a nurse in trouble and result in a license that is suspended or even revoked.

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