Because Nurses need to stand together in solidarity. Because we are held to standards that facilities are not. Because Everyone is entitled to Due Process!
A large number of experienced nurses have erroneously &/or excessively been disciplined by the AZBN. Many have fallen for the specific reasons created by the board and plaintiffs; such as witnesses for the administration who are in fact perjurious if not imposters themselves, neurologicallly compromised witnesses who could not even remember the name of the nurse they were testifying against, a psychologist who you wouldn’t dare light a match near as you know they’d catch fire, ex defunct public servants whose own careers look like swiss cheese, hospital administrators putting cotton in the public’s ears as the sound of the whistle is too loud, on and on and on. Many of these nurses of experience are older and have children themselves who perhaps are also nurses and their parents pain is their pain. They know and remember that indelible mark of pain in their hearts as some clearly remember the suicide deaths of their mothers as miserable and unjust actions caused by the AZBN. The children grow. Many know the truth which is often secluded and surrounded by the shear strength for the human desire to go on. They grow and remember who did what and who said what. They work the hospitals and health care facilities as did their parents; the vendetta lingers until that special day when one of their patients has a name they will never forget. That patient has no idea the nurse is the ghost from the past. That nurse knows that retired nurse from the past. It isn’t something the younger nurse had planned, ever, its just life is risk and random. Do we know how much air it takes as a bolus. No, but somebody is about to find out. How many vendettas are floating in the hearts of present day nurses?
Not really sure when AZBN brought the electric chair back to Florence; Everything has its fallout.