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Permalink to Nurses and DUI

Nurses and DUI

One common question we get from nurses charged with a DUI is “Will I lost my license to practice?” This depends on your disciplinary and criminal history as well as a number of procedures which need to be followed. If you are a nurse and have been charged with a DUI or other criminal offense, […]

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Regulations Issued by The State Board of Nursing Require Criminal Charges to be Reported

If you are a nurse and have been charged with a DUI or other criminal offense, there are specific reporting rules you must abide by in order to keep your license in good standing.  This applies to professional nurses, practical nurses and licensed dietitian-nutritionists in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. According to the bulletin, (you can read […]

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How a DUI Can Affect Licensed Professionals

While many people may think that a DUI is irrelevant to their professional license, the reality is that a DUI conviction can have long term, unexpected consequences for one’s career and reputation.  Some licenses may be revoked or suspended. Also future professional license applicants may also be ineligible from obtaining a new license.  In many cases, […]

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