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Ok. While going through the fire academy for AEMT I was accused of cheating on my final (I didn't) so I had a hearing and they said they think I did and i was expelled from the course and there for could not get my license or test for registry. They then said I would have to find somewhere else to get licensed. I then enrolled at a local college and got licensed there with no incident. I have since worked as an AEMT for almost 2 yrs with zero issue and I've had 3 jobs in the field. Yestersay I get a letter from a state investigator saying he is looking into allegations filed against me that could affect my ability to practice in the state. I call and he tells me I am being investigated for me supposedly cheating during my first attempt at getting licensed 2 yrs ago. Mind you after this i went to a completely different school and got licensed and i've been working for nearly 2 years since then. If i loose my license would i be able to get licensed again? Would I need to go to another state? I was about to try and start college for nurseing and eventually head to doctor. Will this stop me from going into the medical field all together, as well? it's weird that after this drama happedned i was able to get my license and practice this long for this to happen now all of a sudden. And right after i got hired at a hospital.
Ok friends. I need some unbiased advice. I have the first semester of NP school completed which is just general advance practice courses. I thought for sure that I wanted to be an acute care adult-geriatric NP, but now I'm not so sure. This was part of the reason I took a break and a high risk pregnancy full of complications that demanded me to slow down. My interests at this point are to continue with the acute care degree and work for a hospital group focusing on ICU patients or Certified Nurse Midwife. There aren't any ER's in this area that hire NP's so in order to pursue an advanced degree, I have to leave the ER . I'm just at this cross roads and I'm not sure how to proceed, and truth is, I'm not sure which practice area will make me the happiest in the long run.