1. The Board shall make and keep a complete record of all its proceedings, including,
(a) A file of all applications for licenses and certificates under this chapter, together
with the action of the Board upon each application;
(b) A register of all nurses licensed and all nursing assistants certified in this
(c) Documentation of any disciplinary action taken by the Board against a licensee
or holder of a certificate.
2. The Board shall maintain in its main office a public docket or other record in
which it shall record, from time to time as made, the rulings or decisions upon all
complaints filed with it, and all investigations instituted by it in the first instance,
upon or in connection with which any hearing has been had, or in which the licensee
or holder of a certificate charged has made no defense.
3. At least semiannually, the Board shall publish a list of the names of all applicants
whose applications were denied within the immediately preceding year and all licensees
and holders of certificates who were the subject of disciplinary action within the
immediately preceding year, together with such other information relative to the enforcement
of the provisions of this chapter as it may deem of interest to the public.
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