I am a fairly new nurse and have had some problems with another nurse. She is very, very two-faced and backstabbing. I feel I am able to get along with most people and have had no open conflicts with her, however, I endured about six months of persecution from her during which I felt she and two nursing assistants were sabotaging my patient care, by hiding charts, records, mars and playing games with pumps and supplies, etc. That time was very stressful for me, as I was new, and I made med errors. I finally went to my supervisor after I had witnessed for the umpteenth time, this same nurse discussing with the assistants about how they were going to sabotage a nurse assistant who was coming on. I didn't enjoy my suspicians about what was being done to me, but couldn't tolerate what I witnessed being done to another and the patients, and then as a result those nurses. My supervisor listened and gave some light, friendly advice. One of the assistants quit and the situation went covert and not as direct. Now it is mainly character assasination, as this nurse is very clever and devious. She has now engratiated herself with my supervisor and several of the house supervisors, meeting with them informally on a daily basis. She does, though, have run-ins almost daily with one of us staff nurses, and I don't feel like she is competent at patient care, either, even though she has been at this for decades.
Recently, a co-worker has come forward and told me that she witnessed this nurse and the assistants hide my mars, notes and records, and charts with new orders , and discussions about how funny it is when I get behind and can't find things. With this evidence that has come to light, I'm wondering if I need to go to the nursing board.
I have to be very careful about how I handle this, because this nurse is clever enough to set me up for life.
What should I do?