My Mother (an LPN) is in need of advice! - page 3

by Klaive

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Hi, everyone. I'm new here but I have a serious concern. Or rather, my family does. My mother has been an LPN for 33 years and has never had a single blemish on her record or a complaint regarding her conduct. She's always... Read More


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    As I was wondering how much of her near retirement years came into play as well.
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    This is too bad because it sounds like she meant well, trying to organize her work to promote organized care for her patients.
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    This is too bad because it sounds like she meant well, trying to organize her work to promote organized care for her patients.
    I agree with this! What a shame...these people do this to her and then, throw her to the wolves this way. I am sure that plenty of the other nurses working there have resorted to throwing away meds, skipping treatments and barely writing notes in order to survive. The entire system SUCKS! This is why people leave bedside nursing so quickly.
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    Update: My mother refused to sign the agreement and stood her ground, stating that she would go to trial if need be, as she falsified nothing.

    She had no money for a lawyer, but refused to admit to something she didn't do.

    She was offered a new agreement days before the hearing that omitted the inaccurate recording, falsifying bit.

    She gladly signed it and has to take a couple of courses next year as penance.

    Everything worked out in the end, but apparently they wanted her to buckle under the pressure and sign something that would've been worse for her rather than simply admitting that they had nothing to suggest she inaccurately recorded or falsified from the start. I have no clue why they wanted to punish her so badly, but end the end, holding out and seeing it through proved the right thing to do.

    Thank you for all the advice you gave, it was quite valuable to us in this matter.


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