What It Is & What It Isn’t AZBN

Too bad nurses can’t get organized to be a one powerhouse.  Sign the petition please. https://www.thepetitionsite.com/423/443/415/end-all-board-of-nurses-denial-of-civil-rights-and-due-process/


Many years ago a veteran was laying in his hospital bed when he was served by two marine guards in dress blues a series of ribbons & medals with a company citation for having served in a combat situation where the yellow man, the popular enemy at that time, was dispatched in large numbers. It wasn’t until forty years later that it hit the veteran, that he had served forty days in jail for trying to save one patient. They said he went about it the wrong way. Oddly, in the meantime, producing 32 lbs paperwork, 27 court appearances, a million two in lost wages, fines and medical bills causing bankruptcy. Strange, a few ribbons of honor and a piece of paper for killing lots of men, and an avalanche of paper work, enormous lost $$, jail time, lost nurses license, lost health just for trying to save one. This is Arizona. You think I am making that up??

After Governors Duceys’ state of the state about three weeks ago wheels in the Vendettas against the Regulatory Agencies by calling them “bullies” and then intimidating them with questions like, “Who would miss you if you were gone?” That kind of a statement, and other demeaning statements, can now be added to the present day horror of the Ivory Tower judges trying to figure a way to protect patients in a vegetative situation from vicious predators.  You can not create a reasonable reporting mechanism as you become a victim of reporting illegal practices. The field is full of defunct nurses who’ve become victims of the AZBN and the Medical Mafia for selective reporting. You may get super Kudos for reporting an abusive CNA but we guarantee a jail sentence, AZBN discipline, perhaps a swat team as well, a psychological evaluation order and lost wages and fines for incompetence reporting. Nurses do not report anything anymore except those doing favor for AZBN. You see where this going? Reporting a bad physician is a jail sentence, guaranteed. So its where the front end meets the back end. You got vile nurses like Nathan Sutherland and what would you do if you caught him? Every responsible person, that isn’t a nurse, would turn him in immediately. You lawmakers would openly ask all care givers to pay attention and report suspicious activity. You can tell that to a lot of people but not to licensed nurses of AZBN. SCARED TO DEATH of a board that doesn’t even come close to following the rules of the state. The modern day nurse walks away and says zip. You got victims you don’t even know about. Many are nurses, you think I am making this up??

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Unprofessional Behavior AZBN

Many nurse comments here define that Boards should have more categories to assist nurses in corrective behavior that doesn’t take their lives. We need help here.


To anonymously prophesize with the pen gives rise to many questions when the content seems not only accurate but targets unethical activities by governmental agencies. Articles and comments here have been almost totally anonymous which in spite of its apparent passions from posters still lacks the credibility needed in today’s world of ‘fake news’ to accurately focus in on the wasted activities of many regulatory agencies and give believability to content. We have many nurse stories of failure in their careers from civil and domestic activities and behaviors completely unrelated to clinical nursing. Not even to mention the spin the bottle routine of the useless psychological evaluation knee jerk response of an over regulated agency.

Writing credible content must be collaborated with evidence as well as the originator identifying responsibilities to promote a legal  course of action to sustain an attack for fraud and or slander. 

Sherry had asked us not to use her name, although her story posted here has little difficulty in identifying her as the victim of the AZBN malfeasance. Her story about the loss of her license remains the anchor for reform of government malfeasance. 

Tina was an advanced practice nurse who got socially involved with a newly licensed male nurse that spent 10 years as a police officer.  Steve Gonos was a bad police officer asked to leave police service for unethical actions. Now he is a nurse taking care of your young Johnny. Their relationship was not intimate, and had zip to do with nursing. Whatever fell apart between the two came to a head online with hurt feelings/threats by a fake web page. The AZBN seldom believes or identifies with nurses, and in this case offered Tina probationary status of her license. She, like many nurses, are subject to clinical probation for non clinical issues. Once you become a humane, dedicated nurse your drone abilities leave you and you become a target of the powerful agency which goes through enough staff in one year to staff a good size facility. That says a lot. The goal of the AZBN is to intimidate nurses into responses that the Board can additionally use against the nurse and eliminate them. This justifies themselves and with the help of prick AG Brnovich Colonel Custer stands a better chance at a walk than an honest nurse who had a bad day, out of the clinical area.

Although there are multiple cases of nurses, not unlike Tina’s case, the Board is so overwhelmed with regulatory responsibilities they must lie, manipulate and intimidate to stay abreast of their own legislature initiatives. However comma they DO NOT apply all the laws, which will hopefully reveal in the federal arena the footprints of corruption. 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Quotes

Quote Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. – Martin Luther King, Jr

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.

Martin Luther King, Jr.
when in doubt read it again. !