Evaluation scaries - page 6
Hey everyone! I am new to the site and I am in need of some help/advice. Last month I was accused of diverting drugs from a hospital in SC while on a travel assignment. I am guilty. I feel... Read More
Feb 23From: PA, US ; Joined: Aug '17; Posts: 1,589; Likes: 4,870YAY!!! I wish I was from South Carolina. You diverted meds from work for personal use and got a few classes that cost $500. I got a DUI in another state that had nothing to do with work and got stuck years in a hellish, senseless program. Don't get me wrong I'm glad for you but it really magnifies how totally screwed I feel right now
Feb 23Specialty: 1 year(s) of experience ; From: NC, US ; Joined: Jan '18; Posts: 39; Likes: 63Ohhhh spanked.... I'm still stuck in a 5 year monitoring program. Just no inpatient or intensive outpatient rehab
Feb 23From: PA, US ; Joined: Aug '17; Posts: 1,589; Likes: 4,870Oh I understand!!!! Honestly I wish you only had the $500 fine and the stupid classes. 5 years is longer than violent criminals get
Feb 23Joined: Dec '17; Posts: 831; Likes: 1,669To me, this proves the insanity of the entire thing, and the spurious nature of the "evaluations". To the point of the ludicrous.
I can't imagine how a nurse could possibly divert drugs from work, and be said to only have a "mild disorder."
From my perspective, stealing drugs from work indicates the drugs are ruling your existence. You are willing to sacrifice anything, including your livelihood, for opiates.
I wish the OP well, but it seems to me something is profoundly wrong with this entire industry.