Professional License Lawyer in North Carolina

November 2020

Nurse Practitioner Regulation

Advanced Practice Registered Nurses Scope of Practice: In-Patient Versus Out-Patient

ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSES SCOPE OF PRACTICE:IN-PATIENT versus OUT-PATIENT ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSES SCOPE OF PRACTICE:IN-PATIENT versus OUT-PATIENT ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSES SCOPE OF PRACTICE: IN-PATIENT versus OUT-PATIENT Many advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) may question what, if any, restrictions there are in their practice. In most states it depends upon many factors. These include […]

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Nursing License Defense Attorney

The 5 Biggest Prescription Errors That Nurse Practitioners Can Make (Part 5: Notation, Formatting, & DEA Requirements)

           This is the last blog post in our five (5) part series titled the “5 biggest prescription errors that nurse practitioners can make”.  Our focus today is on proper chart notation, formatting, and drug enforcement agency (DEA) requirements.  It is advisable to review and become familiar with 21 NCAC 32M

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NC Nursing License Defense

What Should I know if I have a Dentist License in North Carolina?

Dentistry has been a staple in the U.S. since Paul Revere practiced dentistry on the side in the 1700s.  We have come a long way from the days of silversmiths moonlighting as dentists though.  North Carolina has required occupational licenses for dentists since enacting NCGS §90-22 in the early 20th century.  This statute, and article 2 as a whole, created

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Medical License Attorney

The 5 Biggest Prescription Errors That Nurse Practitioners Can Make (Part 4: Prescribing Drugs and/or Devices that are not included in the collaborative practice agreement)

This is part four (4) of a five (5) part series titled the “5 biggest prescription errors that nurse practitioners can make”.  Today we are discussing prescribing drugs and/or devices that are not included in the collaborative practice agreement.  Only under certain circumstances, as discussed below, may a nurse practitioner prescribe a drug or device

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