A state board that licenses vocational nurses and mental health workers demanded education records from 58,000 people in November for an audit. It canceled the review after checking a little more than 8,000 of them.
A state board that licenses vocational nurses and mental health workers demanded education records from 58,000 people in November for an audit. It canceled the review after checking a little more than 8,000 of them. Fresno Bee file
A state board that licenses vocational nurses and mental health workers demanded education records from 58,000 people in November for an audit. It canceled the review after checking a little more than 8,000 of them. Fresno Bee file

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California board drops audit of 52,000 nurses

May 19, 2017 03:49 PM

UPDATED May 21, 2017 08:59 AM

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