What is a PNAP nurse?
PNAP is an independent, non-profit organization, approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing, dedicated to helping nurses and nursing students deal with substance use and psychological disorders.
How much does PNAP cost?
Random Drug Screening: average cost $32 – $50 per screen plus collection fee charged by the collection site.
What does Pnap stand for?
|PNAP||Private Network Access Point|
|PNAP||Protected Natural Areas Programme (New Zealand)|
|PNAP||Partner Notification Assistance Program (New York)|
|PNAP||Practice Notes for Authorized Persons, Registered Structural Engineers and Registered Geotechnical Engineers (Buildings Department, Hong Kong)|
Can you lose your nursing license for a DUI in PA?
According to RegisteredNursing.org, whether you lose your nursing license following a drunk driving conviction is up to the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing.
Can you lose your medical license for a DUI?
As a doctor, you could face severe consequences if you get a DUI. If you fail to properly report your DUI to the Medical Board, you might risk losing your medical license. Likewise, if you do not cooperate with the Board’s investigation, you could lose your medical license.
Can you be a chiropractor with a DUI?
The Board of Chiropractic Examiners requires that applicants and licensed Chiropractors submit Live Scan Fingerprints. This means that the Board will be directly notified of any arrest, including a DUI involving it’s licensees or applicants for licenses.
How long after I pass the NCLEX will I get my license?
License numbers are generally issued within 1-3 business days after successfully passing the NCLEX examination.
Can I get a medical license with a DUI?
If you are a medical student getting ready to apply for your license and take your boards, and you have a DUI conviction in your past, there is a good chance your initial application will be flagged or denied. If it is denied, you will have to appeal that denial to get your license.