Most nurses with disciplinary actions could probably review their cases and say,”Well, I just wish I had not done that, I just wish I had not said that.” Of course there are those experienced nurses who know the differences between nurse decisions and professional mismanagement which can lead them to AZBON actions. However comma the accuracy in recent times can not be understated by supposition coming strictly from the disciplined nurse. That would be halfheartedly expressing a biased view. And we agree here that that is what we’ve got here. What about the truth from the other side of the isle? Is it possible for a turncoat to tell us what really goes on behind the closed doors of the AZBON? Most of us already know but, it is nice to put it to print.
If the legal counsel working for the AZBON leaves that position, and decides to move out of state, after serving only for a short time, it would be curious for some of us to know the inside movements of, perhaps, the Nurse Trujillo case. If counsel is upset with her former employer and is willing to speak off of the record and say the director pushed and pushed counsel to discipline Trujillo it demonstrates professional bias and leads one to sense civil rights violations? Like its the only case where complaints to the Ducey office merely spews out,”Get a civil rights lawyer?” Now we know precisely how Broadway Joe was able to get away with his evil ways for so long. A criminal organization with what kind of dress code??