Lorie Brown discusses the 5 Fatal Mistakes that Nurses make when they appear before the Nursing Board or talk to investigators without legal representation. The Fatal Mistakes include oversharing, not knowing how to object, what evidence you need to present, not knowing or understanding the ramifications of any settlement you agree to, and how to possibly mitigate discipline on your nursing license.
Former Nurse says
1) if you cannot ‘plea bargain” or admit you did something you did not do , prepare for another career and prepare to keep it in court and not give up.
2)sign what they want you to sign but knowing you cannot get work on probation and part of probation is mandatory work, and you will lose your license anyways.
3)admin law court is rigged, designed you will lose , the case is decided before you get there.
4)if you did something wrong, admit it and let the chips fall.
5)the OVER SHARING is huge do not do it. how much does the Board share with YOU?
6)if all nurses knew what those who have been targeted know they would never get a career in nursing, or as a Dr.
7)do not try to figure out why the bon does what it does and how they can be so wicked. They are not or ever were real nurses .and make bad actors .
I choose #1.