Let me put this in a story format:
A packed bus is on the way to its destination.
The bus driver yells at a handicapped kid in the front. Maybe even mocks the kid.
Some other kid in the back dramatically jumps off the bus while it was still moving after seeing this because why would he/she stay on a bus where the driver mocks someone?
Now the one that jumped is injured, far from their goal and with a much longer way to travel to get there and telling themselves "I had no choice but to abandon that bus!"
Meanwhile, the bus kept on going, with the driver, with the handicapped kid, with everyone who did NOT jump.... and the jumper is alone on the highway, with no leverage with the bus company (they already got his money) and even less likelihood to make it to their destination.
And this person has jumped off of buses four times now and still blames the driver for not getting them there. Say what?
You aren't being honest with yourself. If this is about some misguided sense of social justice, you are definitely going about it with foolishly underdeveloped strategy that punishes you for their crimes.
If it isn't that, then its you, quitting, because of reasons only you could know and trying somehow to spin it into righteousness that is so pristine that anyone who points out the flaws in your logic gets painted with the same brush you used on your instructors.
Either way, it doesn't result in you becoming a nurse.