There is little doubt that a successful career is wonderful to keep the stink of the unknown behavior from being smelled by the uninformed and general public. The fact that the University of Arizona puts out awards that director Ridenour has inspired excellence in nursing and has subsequently plastered her name on specifics awards to qualified recipients has got to be the most expensive award known to man. Can one easily wonder what would the recipients think if they knew about the corruption at the AZBN. There is little need to repeat the activities of Ridenour’s accomplices of Beth A. Campbell, Diane Milhasky, Administrative Law Ct, Ombudsmen, and lets not forget that group of hipocritical attorneys that call themselves overseers. Criminal behavior is well established which is now easily smelled throughout the nursing industry. Nurses randomly questioned as to the credibility of the now notorious corrupt AZBN hit about 90% off the mark of confidence that this board can ever be fair and toss it off and claim, “Well, this is Arizona’s government and I am so glad I know.” You can file appeals, complaints,lawsuits and the fair system simply does not exist. Some of us have been at this wall many times in the past ten years and would add the longevity of that statement gives a hint that some of us are in this for life. Was glad to see Milhasky split and delete all her trash. Yeah, sweetie, I signed my name to it. Did your deodorant wear off?? The above have made their bones destroying some very good nurses for political and financial reasons by criminal means that will not be forgotten. You can pass out all the deodorant awards out you want the world still smells your stink of corruption. Your surrounded by the the truth of the people you hurt whom you were paid to protect. Some of us can track a Leopold in a monsoon so we are with you until your last miserable public abusive day.
I’ve smelt my share of burning flesh, never got over the smell of my own burning flesh.
Peary Brown retired R.N.