Early Career Nurses!
Remember that a Suspended License = No work = No income!
(and no health insurance!)
Seven Important Facts to Know about Your
Nursing License to Stay in Good Standing
In the early years of your career as an RN, you are faced with many complex and challenging situations – so many in fact that you may not have time to consider how to ensure that you maintain your license in good standing.
This webinar will help you learn how to protect your RN license so you can continue to work as an RN, earn an income and enjoy all the benefits.
This 90-minute on-demand webinar is FREE for both ANA members and non-members.
Register now to receive 24/7 access to this on-demand webinar.
A link to the recording will be emailed to all registrants on or about April 1, 2021.
Pre-registration is required for individuals and groups (see below).
Register now to receive a gift, a Toolkit for New RNs.
You probably know that State Boards of Nursing (SBON) do the important work of protecting the public’s health and safety by regulating the practice of nursing. But did you know that State Boards of Nursing can – and do – take disciplinary actions against many RN licenses every year? Did you know that this happens more often than nurses being named in malpractice lawsuits? To find out exactly what you need to know – and do – plan to attend this upcoming free ANA webinar.
By attending this powerful and practical webinar, designed especially for RNs during their early years of nursing practice, you will discover:
Prevalent misperceptions about licensure
The importance of having your own professional liability insurance
The most common actions that could result in your license being investigated or disciplined
Important risk-reduction strategies to ensure your license remains in good standing
When you need legal counsel and how to obtain it
The implications of licensure discipline on your ability to remain in practice