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She tried to actually get me fired by writing me up, which totally backfired because it was proven that what she said wasn't true. It's a long story but let me put it in a nutshell. We have a nurse who yells at people for no reason. When I first started working there, the first night I met her, she yelled at me. So I said something but asked that it be handled in a way that would end amicably. In whatever way it was dealt with because of this yelling nurse's past history, it did not go well for her and my head nurse was offended by that.
If you went over charge nurse's head and complained to her bosses after working just one shift with yelling nurse, who suffered negative consequences as a result of that you can reasonably expect charge nurse to be ****** off about that for a variety of reasons. You made her look bad to management. She may be friends with yelling nurse outside of work, so in her mind she may believe you screwed both of them over. She can't fire or suspend you now because it will be seen as retribution. Even if you asked that it be dealt with amicably, managers will just go right ahead and do things their way.
Realistically, unless something is done to clear the air, she will attempt to sabotage you, keep you in a deep freeze environment until you either quit or one of their false accusations sticks. Having emotional maturity isn't always the case with those in leadership positions.
You could write a glowing message about her and stick it on that bulletin board. At least it will mess with her head and throw her off her game for a while.
Wish I had the advice that would make it all get better - I had a job somewhat like that - in was almost a year of living hell before I finally bailed. If I have the sequence of events wrong please excuse.