In this time of the pandemic, the real heroes are our brave nurses. However, they are aware that if they are not thorough while doing their job, they may face the possibility of being called to come in on a day off to correct charting, or face the fear that if they miss something, they could face disciplinary action. But they can do something about the disciplinary cases by hiring a nurse attorney. A nurse attorney will help every RN and LVN face and deal with the Texas Board of Nursing regarding their disciplinary cases.
On or about June 10, 2019, through August 1, 2019, the RN submitted clinical hour logs to the university of hours completed in a university in College Station for thirteen clinical shifts under the name of a nurse practitioner who was not his preceptor on those dates and did not supervise her.
The RN’s conduct resulted in inaccurate clinical logs and was likely to deceive the school regarding his qualifications for practicum course completion.
In response to the incident, the RN states that she had a primarily assigned preceptor, and started his clinical rotations at the clinic at the same time that the preceptor started working there. The preceptor was only seeing follow up patients, not new patients, so she started to shadow the psychiatrist instead. Additionally, the RN states that on some days, the preceptor did not show up due to low patient census, so on those days he also followed the psychiatrist.
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