|(a) At least 20 days prior to a hearing to rescind probation,
the probationer shall be served with written notice of the allegations supporting
rescission of the probation.
(b) The hearing shall be conducted in accordance with §213.22
of this title (relating to Formal Proceedings), and the decisions of the Board
shall be rendered in accordance with §213.23 of this title (relating
to Decision of the Board).
(c) After giving the probationer notice and an opportunity
to be heard, the Board may set aside the stay order and impose the stayed
discipline (revocation/suspension) of the probationer's license.
(d) If during the period of probation, an additional allegation,
accusation, or petition is reported or filed against the probationer's license,
the probationary period shall not expire and shall automatically be extended
until the allegation, accusation, or petition has been acted upon by the Board.
(e) The Board may determine as part of probation that the public
may be better protected if probationer is suspended from the practice of nursing
for a specific time period in order to correct deficiencies in skills, education,
or personal rehabilitation and to assure documented proof of rehabilitation.
Prior to the lifting of the actual suspension of license, the probationer
will provide documentation of completion of educational courses or treatment