Nurses Association of New Brunswick reprimands two of its members for "professional misconduct"

The Nurses Association of New Brunswick has reprimanded two of its own for what it calls professional misconduct.

In a decision posted on its website, the NANB ruled Denise Elaine Crawley demonstrated incompetence and professional misconduct and ordered her to meet imposed conditions and pay the organization $1,500.

Meanwhile, the NANB reprimanded Stephanie Claire Lyons for professional misconduct, conduct unbecoming a member as well as disregard for the welfare of a vulnerable patient by breaching, and failing to protect their privacy and confidentiality.

She's been ordered to pay a fine as well as a portion of the costs of the Complaint.

The association's website doesn't say where either is employed, however the Daily Gleaner reports Crawley as being employed at a Saint John area nursing home.