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How to Manage a Complaint (and Protect Your Nursing License!)

How to Manage a Complaint (and Protect Your Nursing License!)

Don't let a complaint end in license revocation...

Tania Khadder

4. Act Preemptively

Let’s say you’ve just been nailed for a DUI. Or maybe you realize you need help with an addiction.

Don’t wait for the Board to come to you.

Going to your employer voluntarily to request help will go a long way towards protecting your license.

Think of it this way: they’re going to find out eventually. It’s better if they find out from you.

Even better if they see you making a sincere attempt to address the issue before it has to come to disciplinary action.

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