Feb 16, '13
She should have went at this at a different way. So I had to read the whole article and re-edit this post. At first I thought she should not have gotten fired, but now I'm thinking that she should have gotten fired. She replaced the fentanyl labeled syringe with decadron and labled it fentanly. Suppose it was administered, it would have been the wrong medication.I believe that the doc was diverting, but she was wrong to switch out the syringe.
One time my supervisor was did something that I felt was illegal and wrong. Long story short was that I have gotten proof, but they way I received proof was on the borderline of illegal, in fact it was. I decided not to go along with my plan to bust that son of a gun, however I did document my suspicions and gave them to the higher ups. Yes, that person still has a job but atleast I felt I did something rather to jeapordize my job and well being.
Last edit by prnqday on Feb 16, '13