Intervention Evaluation Committee
The Intervention Evaluation Committee (IEC) evaluates registered nurses who request admission into the Intervention Program. The IEC determines a nurse’s eligibility to participate in the Program, develop the participant’s individual rehabilitation plan, and determines whether the participant may safely continue or resume the practice of nursing.
There are several IECs located throughout California. Each IEC is composed of 5 members (3 registered nurses, 1 physician, 1 public member) with expertise in field of substance use disorder and/or mental health. Each IEC meets on a quarterly basis.
Want to be an IEC Member?
Serving as an IEC member is a rewarding experience for those who wish to make the commitment to help impaired registered nurses return to safe nursing practice. BRN is recruiting dedicated individuals who meet the following qualifications to serve on an IEC:
- RN Member: Must hold an active RN California license and have demonstrated expertise in the field of chemical dependency or psychiatric nursing.
- Physician Member (MD or DO): Must hold an active California medical license and must specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of addictive diseases or mental illness.
- Public Member: Must be knowledgeable in the field of chemical dependency or mental illness.
If you are interested in becoming an IEC member, please submit a completed Intervention Evaluation Committee Application to the Intervention Program.
For more information about the IEC member role, please read Role Delineation Intervention Evaluation Committee or contact the Intervention Program at 916-574-7692 or BRN-Intervention@dca.ca.gov.
For general information about the BRN Intervention Program for RNs, please refer to the General Information page.