Wow, I haven't got that much time or initiative to type ALL that, lol!
But, like Shay said, I believe the same people that just announced "no more OT" (read: "finish EVERYTHING by the last minute of your shift", ROFL) should be required to spend THREE full shifts doing what we do. Not just one, because that could backfire if the stars crossed paths and it was a low census, or whatever. And they'd know it was only one day. Nope, THREE 12's, so they'd know the same crap they left would be waiting for them when they returned, and they'd not had enough sleep to deal with the next day. Staffed just the way they normally are, no extra help whatsoever, have them treated exactly like staff RNs, and accountable for everything we are.
That oughta cure a whole LOTTA ills in our system