- Jul 27, 2004
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California panel lagged in revoking or suspending licenses of LVNs convicted of sex and drug crimes. The Times earlier found RNs worked despite convictions. 'The public isn't protected,' expert says.
Is this the same board of nursing who think that they have the procedures and people to monitor and regulate NP's and CRNA's? I fear for public safety.
This is yet another good reason why I strongly believe that nurses who practice medicine such as NP's should be under the umbrella of boards of medicine. The public would be far better protected.