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There are at least a couple of ways to view state medical boards that don’t issue many serious disciplinary actions for physicians. One way is to assume that because the rate of serious disciplinary actions per 1,000 licensed physicians in the state is low, nearly all of the doctors in the state are less likely to be professionally inadequate or engaged in criminal activities than physicians in other states.
That isn’t how the consumer advocacy group Public Citizen views things, however. The nonprofit organization says many state medical boards “are doing a dangerously lax job” of protecting the public.
Public Citizen recently issued a report ranking states by their rates of serious disciplinary actions per 1,000 lic
Licensed professionals of any kind spend years working toward their degree and their professional license. After spending so much time, energy, and money to earn their license, should a professional simply give it all up the first time their license is at risk?
While it is possible to defend a license against serious accusations, it is very easy to make a mistake that puts the license at risk. Here are four mistakes you can avoid to help defend your professional license:
Whenever you discuss the nature of your alleged misconduct or criminal activity, keep things brief. The more you say abo