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Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
Unprofessional Conduct

CRNAs are expected to provide safe and effective care to all patients they serve. Examples of behavior that would be grounds for discipline against a CRNA certification include:

  • Misappropriating medications, supplies, or personal items of a patient or agency.
  • Violating the confidentiality of information or knowledge concerning the patient.
  • Committing any act which endangers patient safety or welfare.
  • Practice of the profession without a current active license or temporary permit.
  • Failure of a certificate holder, who is subject of a disciplinary investigation, to furnish the Board or its investigator with requested information or requested documents.
  • Falsification or misrepresentation of material facts in attempting to procure employment as an CRNA.
  • Intentional falsification of material facts in a material document connected with the practice of nursing in the expanded role of anesthesia.
  • Kissing, fondling, touching or engaging in any other activities of a sexual nature with a patient.
  • Violating any term of probation, condition, or limitation imposed on the certificate holder by the Department.

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