A Nurse’s Duty to Self-Report Convictions: When and How to Do It
Kentucky nursing law requires that licensees and credentialed individuals report all criminal misdemeanor and felony convictions to the Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN) within ninety (90) days of conviction. Thus, the 90-day clock to self-report starts not from the date of arrest or citation, but rather from the date of conviction (emphasis added). If you have questions about self-reporting, it is highly recommended you seek legal advice from an experienced healthcare defense attorney prior to self-reporting.
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