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Radonda Vaught Loses License Appeal

Empowered Nurses

As you and other readers probably know, I have frequently brought up issues regarding the case of Former Registered Nurse RaDonda Vaught who not only had her license revoked but was put on trial following a fatal medication error of administering vecuronium to a patient rather than the prescribed Versed. That request was denied.

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Honoring Mary Eliza Mahoney, America’s First Licensed Black Nurse

Minority Nurse

Mahoney first worked as a nurse aide among licensed nurses, but her wages were too low, so she worked in various roles, including washerwoman, janitor, and cook. The hospital was progressive in its time, including an all-women staff of physicians, and provided healthcare to only women and their children.

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How Long Does Disciplinary Action Stay on a Nurse’s License?

Empowered Nurses

One common concern is how long this disciplinary action remains on a nurse’s license. Types of Disciplinary Actions Before delving into the duration disciplinary actions remain on a nurse’s license, it’s essential to understand the types of disciplinary actions that can be imposed. appeared first on Empowered Nurses.

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Nurses sue New York to get their licenses back

Becker's Hospital Review

New York state is being sued by 4 nurses and criticized by 50 more who received their license through a Florida school that has been accused of selling degrees, the Times Union reported Feb.

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RaDonda Vaught loses appeal over nursing license

Becker's Hospital Review

A Tennessee judge has rejected RaDonda Vaught's motion to appeal the state nursing board's 2021 decision to revoke her license, a source confirmed to Becker's Nov.

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Impersonators calling Kentucky RNs claim licenses in jeopardy

Becker's Hospital Review

Impersonators claiming to be from the Kentucky Board of Nursing have been making calls to registered nurses, falsely stating that their licenses are under investigation and asking for payment of a fine, as confirmed by a spokesperson for the Kentucky Nurses Association to Becker's.

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Nurses tangled in degree scheme still fighting for licenses

Becker's Hospital Review

Hundreds of nurses are fighting to win back their licenses after being accused of participating in a national scheme involving fraudulent diplomas and transcripts.

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