Not to early to PLAN for
RN Day at the Capitol 4.13.15
Registration Flyer Available
May 6-15 National Nurses' Week
Ethical Practice. Quality Care
New Grads! Consider joining ANA\C
The Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) has the primary responsibility of licensing and regulating registered nurses in California. The BRN's responsibilities come from the Nursing Practice Act, which is composed of California statutes that give the BRN, among other functions, the authority to manage a Diversion Program for registered nurses.
The Diversion Program is a voluntary, confidential program for registered nurses whose practice may be impaired due to Substance Abuse Disorder and/or mental illness.
Print the brochure and share with your nurse colleagues.