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Siciliyisbest MSN

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Siciliyisbest has 20 years experience as a MSN.

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  1. Siciliyisbest

    2nd Opinion Successful???

    They will force you into a monitoring program. But, if you stay negative within that 90 day evaluation you have a good chance of getting out without any further monitoring. Good luck. You have to be negative in all tests they give you within that 90 day period. Good luck!
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    Fed up!!

    Yes I understand that. No worries. Good luck with your journey. So, happy for you:)
  3. Siciliyisbest

    Fed up!!

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S235200781930099X Here’s another article regarding us using hand sanitizers!
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    Fed up!!

    All these monitoring programs feel like rabbit hole to me. It’s impossible to get a break. Even when you are extra cautious, compliant it’s like walking on egg shells every single second. Fear of slightest mistake or any error is punishable over and over again. No chance to prove your innocence even with evidence based researches and documented articles. It’s like I am living in a twilight zone. Besides, financial stress of not being a licensed clinician has anyone thought of quitting for good? Personally mental, emotional and physical stress is clamping me down more then any financial stress. And, I have been out of work since 9 months now due to repeating 90/90 for couple missed checking. Finally, after 9 months and one year of sobriety BON was in process of activating my license when my Pteh came positive for alcohol at 35ng/ml. My Pteh a week before this is negative. Urine abnormal day before the positive PTeh. ETG/ETS negative in urine. Due, to Covid I did increase my hand washing with hand sanitizer substantially. No amount of debate, research was accepted for “incidental exposure.” So, back in 90/90, no work and therapy. My stress level has reached its maximum capacity. I rather just sell everything and go live in woods with peace and serenity. This is not a recovery program. It feels like I was more normal and stable before entering this program. I just don’t know what to do. Throwing in the towel is something I am considering :(((
  5. Siciliyisbest

    Class Action Lawsuit

    Nurses in NJ we need information please. Tried to DM you. But, my message didn’t go through. It’s an abuse of power with total financial breakdown . Any info will be helpful. Thx
  6. Siciliyisbest

    Scared to death

    WOW!!!!!!! I am speechless😱
  7. Siciliyisbest

    Non clinical nursing jobs

    catsmeow1972, BSN, RN- Seems like all these monitoring programs say one thing and do completely another thing. All so called "disciplinary actions against you not being public" so they say...... if you comply to their rigor programs. Think again🙄 Even if you comply 💯 you are still "publicly" displayed under "disciplinary action." Well honesty and integrity goes both ways
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    Ramp in NJ

    Yes that's what I hear. The guidelines are so strict though. You can't use your hand sanitizer, hair sprays, eat penne with vodka sauce or chicken marsala and list goes on and on........ It seems like it's set to fail you. And all with your expense:(
  9. Siciliyisbest

    Ramp in NJ

    I just started with RAMP in NJ. My intake was on May 8th. I am tested for alcohol due to my DWI. I told ramp my last alcohol intake was a month ago. I got my blood tested for alcohol. They test for Phosphatidyl Ethanol which was positive. During MR the doctor told me Ethanol tends to stick with RBC's for close to one month and hence the positive result. Has anyone experienced this with Ramp during evaluation? I am still in evaluation phase for 90 days. If yes...... what can I expect next as my CM is not really helpful. Any advice would greatly be appreciated.

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