How to Protect Your Nursing, Physician or Professional License When Convicted of a DUI or DWI A DUI does not need to be a career-ending
Remember relinquishing a professional license is forever! You agree to never apply again! Therefore, never agree to relinquish your license until you speak with a
Most often, employers report nurses and other health care professionals for alleged drug diversion and/or failure to properly document medication administration, related to the use
Our attorneys argued that there was a complete lack of accountability at the management level with regard to the safeguarding and administration of controlled substances.
Chapman Law Group’s independent investigation revealed critical information not included in the police reports and that the car search was illegal.
You are a licensed medical professional. You now work the night shift and are having issues adjusting your sleep schedule. You research natural methods and treatments to help you have a more restful sleep so that you can do your best work when it’s time to go back to your patients. Through a very simple google search, you discover CBD oil.
An inmate sued the prison medical services company for allegedly refusing to surgically remove broken spinal hardware, denying narcotic pain medication, and refusing to provide sufficient lubricant for the inmate’s self-catheter.
RN tested positive for THC in an employer-ordered drug screening. RN was asked to submit to a drug test after she was struck by a patient while on the job. Per hospital policy, they were required to drug-test her.
A prisoner sued several corrections personnel and a nurse for deliberate indifference to serious medical needs. At the time of detention, the prisoner was suffering from withdrawal symptoms and while detoxing, fell and injured her head.
Our client was a Certified Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) assigned to Patient X’s colonoscopy procedure. Based on her assessment of Patient X, which included her interview of the patient and review of the patient’s record, Patient X was not unstable.
A Michigan nurse’s license was summarily suspended as a result of refusing an employment drug screen after allegations of drug diversion and declining an HPRP monitoring agreement.
Michigan nurse was suspended for failure to enter in to a monitoring agreement with the Health Professional’s Recovery Program (HPRP) following an out-of-state conviction for public intoxication. Her nursing license was suspended for allegations of having an impairment detrimental to her practice of nursing.
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