Like a drop of blood which leaves the lt. ventricle and returns to the rt. atrium and a nurse that gets dropped into a Board investigation, each gets a good view of the inside of a maze; one the government. the other, the human body. In more of a conclustionary connection today is getting the reader future nursing to ask for safety and justice and can find that simply by following those laws now mandated. Those laws by which the AZBN and AzAtty Gen. do not follow; whose evidence is already in documentation.
The wide spread bad news about Nursing Regulatory Agencies being news worthy for false reporting has hit New Jersey, Tennessee, California hard in recent years. The situations related to false audits in California and evidence tampering in Arizona pales to the Tennessee Board clearing a nurse who gave recurronium instead of versed. The list of failures and civil rights violations to both patients and nurses is stacked up these days and without much solicitation we can muster up 25 nurses with hard evidence, already in documentation, to slide pandora’s lid open.
Like that drop of blood the nurse has the unique position of being in the the center of the investigative storm that frequently gives inaccurate views no matter where you look. You are surrounded illegal activity, you really are.
Violations into the thousands is established via the AZBN garnishing police reports that were not either prosecuted or reviewed judicially in the jurisdiction they were written. Although this can be seen as puiblic information its not legally republished by the AZBN and the Admin Law Court. Confidentiality is legally broken, thus a HIPPA violation, once that police report is published. Does anybody have any idea how many dismissed cases are republished by the AZBN?
If you spit balled somebody in the 9th grade, and the AZBN finds it, expect to see that in print somewhere if you work in Arizona long enough.
The 25 are talking but request anonymity here. One whom recently stated she didn’t think AZBN republished unverified police reports were HIPPA violation as not related to clinical issues or records. Although a civil rights violations for invasion and defame.
Defund Arizona’s regulatory agencies?? The governor has had this in is mind for years.
Peary Brown retired R.N.