Peer Assistance Program
The Peer Assistance Program supports the Oklahoma Board of Nursing's mission to safeguard the public. Peer Assistance is a voluntary, alternative-to-discipline program for nurses whose competency may be compromised because of abuse of drugs and/or alcohol. The purpose of the program is to provide structured monitoring of the recovering nurse so that the nurse can be treated and return to or continue the practice of nursing in a manner which will benefit the public. Participant records are protected by confidentiality, from the Board of Nursing, as long as the nurse maintains program compliance.
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