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Student Left With ‘Nothing’ After Nursing School Shut Down for Issuing Fake Diplomas

February 2nd, 2023|In the News|

PPP board member, Dr. Rebekah Bernard, was interviewed by NBC 6 South Florida in a story about a fake nursing school that issued over 7,000 fraudulent diplomas.

Should Psychologists in Washington State Have the Ability to Prescribe Psychotropic & Psychiatric Medications?

January 12th, 2023|General|

A bill being considered right now would expand psychologist scope of practice for prescribing psychotropic and psychiatric medications.

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