Lobbying For Nurses

In my experience there is probably 10-20% of all nurses doing 90% of the work in the clinical arena which becomes much more vulnerable to criticism since the direct connection with people not feeling overly pleasant. I have made many contacts with nurses who’ve been on the recipient end of these complaints although surprisingly direct patient complaints touching disciplinary action is uniquely uncommon. Meaning many nurses that have gone through the AZBN disciplinary process seldom have clinical patient complaints. If their social behavior is askew it shouldn’t be treated with a mountain of unrealistic stipulations. Although there are some that do connect to patient issues it is the purpose of this post and page to identify the suborning perjurer, the alcoholic psychologist, the demented surgeon, the lying board investigator, the blind and probably bribed ombudsmen, the do nothing governor, the crooked assistant attorneys, the destroyed nurse victim, the state statute violations, and the uninformed public. Therefore I know from many interviews that there are many former nurses who’ve simply ran afoul of maintaining their licences as they turned stubborn against false witnessing. 

Many have moved to different careers, although there have been some to die out of depression, there are still issues that the Az administration has allotted large grants in pursuit of public non profit groups to combat these violations. There are so many of us that know that pursuing truth with in the sterile abscess of the AZBN is a quick route to suicide. Many of you know it is one twist of the truth and one lie after another, and a false report that crosses state boundaries when one tries to search for relief in not only our own defense but more importantly, the identification of clinical safety of that 10-20% group of working nurses but also for many patient safety issues.

I know there are plenty of you whose career was destroyed for all the wrong reasons. What I am asking is for you to remain as passionate, as I know you are and keep an open mind about your ability to work in a group that effectively can get this governmental abscess to drain its pus into the gutter where it belongs. There are many state law violations that can be brought forward much more effectively to be noticed by those that would be forced to address it. The page remains as a contact to volunteer. 

As experienced nurses are more of personality evaluations simply because in most training programs assessments are done by visual and verbal communications. My training stressed not making a value judgement on the interview evidence but describe it for treatment purposes. The reality of not making a value judgement, at least to your inner self, is an unrealistic option. So I would add that we need a union to defend against this Board I would also add a value judgement that I saw in Joey Ridenour to recognize in person at Board meetings. Now I see a woman stand out against all colleagues with Jet Black Hair, and a woman of her age, a thousand dollar Jet Black Dress, enough facial make up for early Goth embarrassment to which in all my travels I was never more shocked than seeing tiger testicles for sale in Bangkok. Hanging onto yesterday forgets tomorrow. Self Will run riot and this person must be stopped from destroying the nursing profession in Arizona.  pearyb@yahoo.com

Peary Brown retired R.N.

Tale of The Whole Dance AZBN

A real long time ago I was sitting in a Navy base classroom for future hospitalcorpsmen and drawing human anatomy pictures for our instructor, Lcdr Parker, a former WW 2 surgical nurse. She employed me as she saw my doodles in class and wanted me to depict her interpretations of battlefield wounds and their repair which in those days could be put on an over head and exploded on a screen so the class of future hospitalcorpsmen got a good idea what battlefield injuries looked like. I would honor her request and use pencil and pastels to match human tissue. She liked my work and said it did not take me forever to do it. Parker never smiled. One day, after class,  I was busy drawing and she approached me with a round piece of clay about the size of a baseball. She handed it to me and said, “I want you to squeeze this clay after each of the the words I tell you to say.” OK “Love,” I squeezed the clay, “Compassion” I squeezed the clay, “Honesty” I squeezed the clay, “Courage” I squeezed the clay. She then asked me to hand over the clay, “The clay is now molded with the four most important factors Navy corpsmen must have to be  the best corpsman they can be, you molded it and remember the most important person in Navy medicine is the corpsmen who holds these character strengths.

I still have that piece of clay. The other day I was outside and picked up a rock about the size of a baseball and I could not mold it. I allowed my mind to consider it the for profit health care system and the agencies, and the lawyers, and the Attorney General who represented it. I knew it was Satan as the evidence was overwhelming and I could not change that rock, not a new revelation for me. However, I always presented myself as an honest person to these people, AZBN, Adm Law court, Attorney General only to find I was constantly dancing to their music of corruption. Like duress and under the gun to be approved by them so I could go back to work as nurse. The real truth was never heard, but I still can hear the music. The dance is not over.

Peary Brown retired R.N.

The Big Mac & Fries Epidemic AZBN

Whenever one reviews the history of nursing and goes far back into hospital journals which frequently display pictures of teams of nurses it is very apparent that these old pictures reveal a group of different nurses. At least in the visual sense. Going way back in the Boston City Hospital and Mass General libraries we see pictures of nurses that look like they could physically do some work. 

Not long ago I was watching a video of Janeen Dahn speaking at the National Council meeting about some more regulatory interests that the AZBN thought was needed. She first started out mocking new grads for depicting themselves as ‘R.N.s’ by wearing specific jewelry and vanity types of accessories that new grads like to express in their success. This mockery lead into a group of failures commonly seen by new grads. The next AZBN presenter was much of the same. More regulation and mockery. The audience seemed amused. These presenters had one thing in common, they looked like they couldn’t carry a bedpan from point A to point B without stopping at a MacDonald’s for a big mac and fries. A good amount of the audience as well look so out of shape that they couldn’t last a full shift on a busy med/surg floor. So we end up with monster regulatory agencies whose main goal is to create more regulations and make good salaries and lots of big macs and fries who have little concept of what the real warriors are doing. These new grads could use assistance and guidance in those first few critical years of nursing not mockery and more regulations from a group that wants more regulations to add more tax dollars for their appetites of more MacDonalds big macs & fries.

Peary Brown retired R.N.

Review Legal Assessment AZBN

The run of the mill expressions here have brought a good amount of views throughout the state, and nationally, which has informed many nurses from all specialties. Comments have a wide range of sources that can be character assassinations to accurate probative evidence defining names, dates and locations of incidences of violations by AZBN. It would be a higher focus to call many definitions declarations of crimes. As this information has filtered throughout the internet much might be described as anonymous as names were vacant. In the past 2-3 months I have placed my name on posts that can be directly linked to me which has brought to me people and groups who want to move with the numbers of nurses that have been abused by this Board with issues ranging from false witnessing, posting at the national council site hearsay statements not to mention a mountain of violations by Beth A, Campbell, the AAG, of intentional ignoring of state statutes. We’ve been over this territory many times. There are groups of attorneys and nurses now making moves for review through the legislative process to address these issues and we need as many nurses whose civil rights have been violated to have this Board, and their constituents brought to accountability. Without going into specific detail I would say that the review is not for a while so we have got time to organize the evidence and prepare presentations for each nurse. The time to face your fears is soon, these bulls of abuse are in our cross-hairs and your input can guaranty relief from the illegal damage they’ve done to you and your family. The requirement of coming out of the shadows is a must and without sunshine on their evil deeds more and more nurses and patients will become victims. drethics@cableone.net and pearyb@yahoo.com are the contacts. Stand up and face the demons.

Peary Brown retired R.N.


Lobbying For Safety AZBN

The principles of patient safety that so many experienced nurses learned many years ago are now interfered with by AZBN as so much of their history is defining nurse discipline unrelated to clinical issues. Nurses who’ve had the unfortunate experience of dealing with domestic issues of a vindictive spouse and ex spouse that brings a complaint against the nurse’s certification can expect some action by the AZBN. The AZBN loves attaching itself to complaints as being a monitoring entity for safety. Under scrutiny many of these nurses become blocked from working in the field of their chosen profession. The continuation of disciplinary actions on nurses known to step on Banner money trains for patient safety issues, and the numbers of those nurses are not hidden here.  Overall the aspects of disciplinary actions that are corrupted by known criminal behavior of the AZBN and the Attorney General’s office flys in the wind and goes nowhere to help either the safety of the general public or the nurses.  In general terms the effect of nurses to express themselves here is relatively useless in terms of cause for successful actions in stopping this behavior of rule violations well established by those in the center of this sterile abscess. This Board does not follow the laws and rules passed by this administration. We all know that its business as usual and any attempt at justice in the courts is a laughing matter for the Board. The options from that point is to certainly approach the problem at its weakest point which is their open meetings so the students can be shown what they might expect when they decide that being blind robots for profit is uncomfortable for them. The presentations for this may sound improbable especially when these ‘Dudley DoRight’ meetings standout in the form of the smoothest silver tongued devils the public has seen but make no mistake,  a thief of justice is basically a coward at heart and will be exposed as such. The names of the victims of this Board represent patients as well as nurses. The most explosive event will always be the most unpredictable in timing.

Peary Brown retired R.N.

Documentation of Permanency AZBN

Continually posting here at this page does get the attention of many that stumble upon it and perhaps plant seeds of curiosity amongst  influential viewers. Keyword would be ‘perhaps’. Many of us, the damaged set, only have a vision of hope that someday truth will be found and that nurses will find justice. The conflicts demonstrated here with the AZBN and its ancillary departments is, in many cases, very clear and leaves little room for doubt that the AZBN is nothing more than a political arm of corporate owned health care. I would say that there are a substantial number of nurses disciplined for stealing and abusing drugs giving Board righteous images of public protection. There are nurses today, this minute, using drugs stolen that are not disciplined out of political inconvenience. Somewhere in the U.S. today a nurse will die of a drug overdose from drugs stolen from the workplace. They are not disciplined because they’re dead; that data remains locked up in police reports. End of story. The evidence in the Radonda Vaught case of Tennessee and Vanderbilt hospital is the foundation of known uselessness and political highlights of nursing boards where and individual can kill a patient out of sheer neglect and be cleared by a Nursing Board as the truth is bad for business. There are many stories of patient abuse and errors reported by nurses only to end up in disciplining actions against the nurse. Many of those are listed here on http://www. azboardofnursewatchdogs.com although some are aliases out of fear of retaliations. Their stories represent the back room activities of the AZBN. Many nurses are wrongfully disciplined trying to protect patients and or being human in a domestic dispute totally unrelated to nursing. All of this is not new to this site. This information is in this moment a passing knowledge which truly isn’t a part of nursing history. Although many cases are in court documents these documents are generally entered into governmental databanks by nursing boards themselves. Shoring up the statement that the definition of justice is seldom connected to any part of the justice systems. This page will often carry a completely different version of the same case. Giving this information validity will require more than the internet can provide. It is long lasting but still is basically temporary. The need to make nursing board activities a permanent part of nursing histories that can be assessed 25 years from now lies, at this point, with the international standard of book numerations which will allow a constant published account of say the actions and definitions of corruption. Therefore those actions such as Diane Mihalsky and Beth A. Campbell can easily be found with their own ISBN, at a glance 25 years from now. This is as critical to patient safety as Nightingale’s basic nursing works. As easily as these individuals tarnished the reputations of many nurses they themselves can have that behavior of corruption and perjury identified in a permanent and easily accessible databank. These events must be known for patient safety reporting to be effective.

Peary Brown retired R.N.



Diane Mihalsky Adm Law Court AZBN ‘The Firm’


Do not confuse the definition of justice with anything related to the justice system.

It has long been known that the AZBN has not complied with state laws that involve felonies and several ethical issues that would get another state governmental agency in hot water. Many have posted comments here which support that statement, however posts maybe vague to dates, times, and people the overall consistency creates validity in spite of undetermined accuracy. Meaning the volume of statements has value. There is absolutely nothing that can remove vagueness as well as accuracy of names, dates and times. The following account of an AZBN case covers ten years which accurately defines felonies by many. Case began in 2010.

The patient is a hysterically converted personality which had Freud confused by not being able to focus on anything except anxiety founded. Supporting major surgery of the spine would normally require a diagnosis. For Dr. Isaac Thapedi, formerly of Chicago, doing major spine surgery requires only a perfectly normal spine with a patient claiming paralysis. The crooked implants tore up the patient’s esophagus causing huge weight loss and major dysphagia. This knowledge came about after a year of moron exchanges between Thapedi and family, with a dash of Bullhead City Municipal Court corruption.

The surgeon’s continuing practice during this time was nightmares for patients and staff as well. Infections and redos were common. Putting drains in on Saturday or Sunday to avoid too much exposure was the norm.

The main focus of this article is not necessarily to define Dr. Thapedi as an incompetent and ruthless person but for the failure of the AZBN to avoid the clear evidence of patient abuse. The intimidation by Beth A. Campbell AAG and Dr. Thepedi’s counsel T. Scott King are the make up of the well known 3rd leading cause of death in the U.S. today; the health care system itself. Another patient subsequent to this case died at the age of 38 with a very similar condition. Had an appropriate intervention been applied her life would have been not lost. That is a fact.

Dr. Thapedi had an attempt at WARMC in Bullhead City to promote them to file  AZBN complaint against me which they refused. To their credit they denied his request and cancelled his contract with embarrassing stipulations to which he spent a year and 6 months in court to be relieved of. The restriction he opposed was a limitation of employment at WARMC’s competitor, Valley View Medical Center; where I worked after being terminated from WARMC for allegedly threatening Thapedi. After he won petitioning out of his contract he put all his rotten eggs in one basket to work at Valley View. I was terminated from there shortly before his hacks started there. His performance remained unchanged and he was thrown out of surgery soon after. By this time Dr. Thapedi was the Bullhead City Icon of surgical horrors. All of this was known before he and the AZBN came after me with false allegations. Patient safety is secondary to politics.

The attorney general’s office is responsible for prosecuting cases when respondents refuse probation. Dr. Thapedi and his nurse manager, girl friend  Therese Rowan perjured themselves in December of 2013 at the bequest of AAG Beth A. Campbell. Leading witnesses to make false statements under oath which sways a judge is a felony, suborning perjury is a serious crime. This is routine at Adm Law Court, as many of my colleagues can prove. 

My application for renewal after about six years of useless investigations was denied for violations that the statute of limitations had run out 25 years prior. A 5 inch stack of police reports of complaints from former girlfriends was illegally presented as my ‘long criminal history’to which I failed to state on decades old applications. Any police report that isn’t used in open court is NOT for public knowledge. Not to mention I was acquitted at trial anyways, in 1990. Diane Milhasky said I had a long criminal history. I DO NOT have a lengthy criminal history. I was never ever arrested or convicted of a moral turpitude crime. To which is the foundation of injurious crimes and it never was a licensing issue as there was none.

Throughout 2019 I attempted to get licensed and denied through the sham court of Diane Mihalsky of the Adm. Law Court of Phoenix. I must admit that this was the most exciting and obnoxious demonstration of all the injustices seen in this case. The Amended Law ARS 32-1232 and many more of the Health Care Regulatory amendments was a major accomplishment for the legislatures, Nancy Barto,  and the governor. In that law it states, amongst others, the AZBN can not move on their own motion. When this was brought up at trial Judge Mihalsky played very dumb at the direction of Beth A. Campbell and power pointed in the overhead an old law. You can always tell when somebody is singing karaoke, however coming from a family that has lawyers their Interpretations are different. I call it karaoke, my people call it this. ‘Any attorney or judge that does this is coded fruitcakeville.’ They fly around in their own flying saucers waiting to crash. 

The facts also place Linda Monas as a lying perjuror at several different levels with the rum and cokes not seen. If I was any of these people I would be a hopeless drunk. Lying under oath, ignoring state statutes, tampering with evidence and suborning perjury would be something I could not live with. 

Many years ago as a young Navy recruit I was sitting in a classroom with many other similar personnel listening very attentively to  Cdr Nurse Eleanor Parker giving her introduction to hospitalcorpsman instructions. “You will not ever falsify medical records while working as a hospital corpsman in the Navy. One false blood pressure documentation is grounds for a court martial and a dishonorable discharge. If I find out I will travel around the world to get you court martialed.” Commander Parker was a hard ass in true Navy fashion and she trained hard asses. Failure in medical ethics costs lives and my involvement in this case saved a life. This case costs $1,750,000.00 in medical bills alone. Undetermined amount of social misery; on a case that never needed surgery and fraud was what brought it forward. The only point it was good for was identifying the corruption in the Attorney General’s office, the AZBN, and the Bullhead Municipal Court Justice system. The management knew already, before this case, that Dr. Isaac Thapedi and Therese Rowan were bad providers but hired then anyways. There are several untold pieces to this story, the end being one of them.

Peary Brown, retired R.N. 



National Mentoring Month

January is national mentoring month and the father is Ben Franklin. “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” There will be students today, 24 January 2020, that will read this and remember the visuals they got by watching the AZBN meeting and conclude how important their position of protecting the public is. There are a boat load of revoked nurses whose complaints to the FBI have merit of corruption and you as students must some how change this corrupted regulartory agency. You do have the governor’s help with new laws and regulations but still your help is needed in exposing the Banner collusion. Banner is the largest nonprofit organization in the world and sends more $$$ to the Utah Locker and cheats the state out of enormous tax revenue. So when you think today the meeting is impressive take your birth control pills, as if you get a nurses license in Az., you will eventually get screwed. Good Luck. 

Peary Brown, retired R.N.

Failure For Nursing AZBN

The time frame this page has covered is about 3.5 years and roughly 50-60,000 views, or more. Comments are not deleted for bad language or character assassination, or even opinions that seem not within the page administrator’s realm of reasonable. All comments have importance. The comments are definitive in many cases to give evidence of facts that can be crossed referenced into specific data bases as accurate. The responses this page projects, if untrue, should silicate actions from civil approaches which none has occurred. The fact that many cases define criminal and unethical behavior transcribed here which go nowhere means that the statements are true. I, Peary Brown, do not need Willie Mangum or Amanda Trujillo to shore up the validity of this page. I have myself. If a known incompetent physician and unethical nurse and lying assistant attorney general lawyer falsify evidence while motioning illegally then I openly call them Isaac Thapedi, Therese Rowan and Beth A. Campbell. Many of my colleagues have more. The administrative law court doesn’t count because they do not even know the law. The many issues for the public nursing community to be aware of focuses on the ability of the nurse to give quality care within a safe environment that has a reasonable cost effectiveness application. This is not happening. The community is hoodwinked by the appearance of the AZBN to be honest and fair and protecting the public. I can prove all kinds of illegal & unethical behaviors except the most suspected one which is bribery. Meaning what possible reason would an AAG attorney knowingly falsify evidence and suborn perjury? I am not a forensic accountant but do know the hardest money to track is cash. I can think of no other reasonable explanation for this illegal behavior.

Years of not many ago I could track a leopold in a rain storm and draw him out of his cave. Today I can’t get a couple of low level rats to snitch at unbaited cheese in the middle of the desert. What am I missing?

Peary Brown, retired R.N.

Code Brown AZBN

If there is a single factor promoting nurses to advance on their education and get degrees after their names it would be for better pay with less work. The intensity of the workload in the clinical area has increased greatly in the past 25 years secondary to not only the increased acuity of the patients but the load of patients each nurse is assigned. The for profit industry has fought nurse patient ratio laws to keep profits up by reducing the availability of nurses. This view is not in dispute through out the real world of nursing. Many nurses who’ve moved on up to management and regulatory positions have avoided the horrors of code browns with the accompanying endless regulations created by those not tuned into code browns. I use this fecal festival event as not only first hand knowledge of this horror but the answers to interview questions that caused the nurse to further their education. So as odd as it may sound many nurses moved away from staffing positions and into management because their discomfort with cleaning and attending to patients. The very reasons they used to claim why they went into nursing. It would be a redundant topic for this page if there weren’t huge complaints about the present day nursing care that is commonly complained about by patients. Patients who’ve laid in feces for two days, even after the fecal festival was identified. Patients who never saw a wash rag or a basin of water through an entire admission. The list is lengthy of complaints that one would not have seen 25 years ago. Can an excessive amount of filthy patient complaints be placed in the lap of the AZBN?? The leaders got to be leaders because they mainly didn’t like patient care, it stands to reason when at a meeting you never hear a complaint of an extended fecal festival left unattended as our leaders aren’t concerned with nurse staff ratios and over working. Real nursing involves properly managering fecal festivals. And why is this never a topic, ever. Never addressing the increased infection rate? They’re controlled from the 40 billion dollar year for profit industry that wants that figure to remain as profitable as possible. Addressing the filth and increased infection rate costs money. 

The above opinions are based upon interviews with patients that were former nurses whom are known to make the worst pstients. Also the best assessors.

Peary Brown retired R.N.