If you're a nursing student and you're facing an academic misconduct allegation that can lead to dismissal or any other sanction, there are steps that you can take to address the matter. You need to defend vigorously against the matter, you need to respond accordingly. You can not depend on the school to do the right thing. Schools are often in a rush to judgment. They may not allow a full and fair process.
They may not be receptive to what is in fact, the truth in a sense that if a student is falsely accused, whatever the case may entail, be it plagiarism, unauthorized collaboration, assistance, whatever the academic misconduct charge may entail. You need to gather and obtain the necessary evidence. You need to document everything with respect to the school to make sure that it's a fair process. You have to prepare accordingly four steps in the process, be it meetings with the school, potential hearings before a hearing board or disciplinary panel.
Obviously, a lot is at stake, in any sense, you also have to bear in mind the potential implications in terms of how a dismissal or other sanction can affect you moving forward, both with respect to advanced degrees as a nurse, be it trying to become a nurse practitioner or a professional licensing. The nursing board would ask questions about if a student has been found responsible for misconduct. Having an experienced attorney advisor will be your best ally if you're facing any academic misconduct issue at your nursing school. They should be involved as early as possible in the process.