How do I get ahold of Texas Board of Nursing?

You may contact them at: (512) 438-2050 or 1-800-452-3934.

What happens when a nurse is under investigation?

The nurse is notified that an investigation is being undertaken; at that time, she or he should immediately seek the advice of counsel. Failure to respond to a nursing board inquiry can result in a default judgment of disciplinary action, including permanent revocation of one’s license.

Can you report a nurse for being rude?

Any person who has knowledge of conduct by a licensed nurse that may violate a nursing law or rule or related state or federal law may report the alleged violation to the board of nursing where the conduct occurred. All jurisdictions have specific processes for complaint intake. Contact the Board of Nursing.

How do you know if you passed the Nclex?

How do I know if I have passed Nclex? There is no secret way to see if you have exceeded the number of applications received or which questions you have received. Find a distraction. They know you want to wait at least 48 hours (first results are available via the Quick Results option).

What is professional misconduct in nursing?

For the purposes of this Code, professional misconduct refers to ‘the wrong, bad or erroneous conduct of a nurse outside of the domain of his or her practice; conduct unbefitting a nurse’ (e.g. sexual assault, theft, or drunk and disorderly conduct in a public place).

Why Nurses are so mean?

What do we mean when we call someone mean? Mean nurses have an exaggerated sense of self and want to be in control of all aspects of the work environment, including other nurses: They want to control how others take care of patients, to control happiness at work, and decide others think of them.

How often does the Texas Board of nursing receive complaints?

Types of resolutions. More than 16,000 complaints per year are typically received by the Texas Board of Nursing (BON or Board). However, not all complaints result in an investigation or disciplinary action by the Board.

What happens when a complaint is made to the Bon?

When a verbal complaint is made, the BON will document a person’s responses and complete a complaint intake form.

Is the Texas Board of Nursing kept confidential?

All complaint information submitted to the Texas Board of Nursing (BON or Board) is kept confidential throughout the entire process of the investigation. Even if the nurse is disciplined publicly, he/she never learns the source of the complaint from the BON.

Can a Texas Board of Nursing revoke your license?

In the event that the Board investigates allegations against you and is not able to correspond with you, your case may proceed. In such cases, formal charges may be filed and the Board may seek a default revocation of your license (s).