Double standard for nursing since it's female dominated?
- 0Jul 5, '11 by Karl FarmerI commented earlier that other professional organizations seem to protect their members (law, medicine for examples), whereas nursing boards seem to lie in wait to discipline THEIRS. I saw a comment in here that that is due to nursing being female dominated, holding women to a higher moral standard? I just love when I find a reasonable, plausible explanation to any question I have been pondering. It makes perfect sense to me. Maybe the answer is more men on the BONs? I don't think there are any men on the AZ board, in fact. Comments?
- 1Jul 6, '11 by Tiger747Well... at the Indiana Board of Nursing they "broke bad" (vernacular) with a sweet little lady in front of me for one (1), a single, D.U.I.
You do not even want to know what they wanted her to do.
They called me up, and I basically said, "I don't even care." LOLOL I had a misdemeanor battery from 2000. They were kind to me with a "good luck" and 6-month "probationary license".
Now I know what the "good luck" meant. LOL