What crimes or license discipline must be reported on the application(for Florida Nurses)?
|A:||Except for minor traffic violations not related to the use of drugs or alcohol, all convictions, guilty pleas and nolo contendere pleas must be reported, even if adjudication is withheld,. This includes misdemeanors, felonies, “driving while intoxicated (DWI)” and “driving under the influence “(DUI).” Crimes must be reported even if they are a suspended imposition of sentence. All prior or current disciplinary action against another professional license must be reported, whether it occurred in Florida or in another state or territory.|
This information appeared on the Florida Department of Health’s website under Florida Board of Nursing Frequently Asked Questions.
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