Kooky Korky, BSN, RN 5,209 Posts Jun 28, 2017 "Report...report...report..."The OP mentions that she lives in a small town, and it seems she does not plan to move until she becomes a RN. She probably cannot afford to be a martyr right now. Though, if she can, she should look for another job. Side note: There is no such thing as "anonymous" reporting. Though illegal, whistle-blowers and their families face retaliation that can last for years.Why do you say there is no way to report anonymously? Can you give some proof of this? Thanks.IN OP"s case, since she has already gone to the DON about this particular topic, she probably can't be anonymously - unless there are other staff she knows to have talked to the DON or other Administrators/Executives. But generally, I think we can report anonymously. Get a throw-away phone, wear gloves to not get your fingerprints on a letter you send. Don't lick the envelope seal or stamp. Mail it from far away from where you live and work.