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What happens to my nursing license if I'm convicted of a crime?

Nursing school isn't easy. Classes are rigorous. You must study for and pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for registered nurses (RNs), NCLEX-RN before you can submit a licensing application to the Ohio Board of Nursing. With all that you have to put into becoming a nurse, you wouldn't want to do anything to put your license at risk. A criminal conviction on your record could put your career in jeopardy though.

Pharmacists can run into trouble with opioids

Pharmacists need to be very careful with opioids. They can find themselves in legal trouble even when they did not know that anyone was abusing the drugs or using them improperly. This is a response to the opioid crisis, which has led to a lot of abuse and overdose deaths, and pharmacists need to know what warning signs to look out for.

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