15 year old in nursing school .

Sounds like her father was behind this , let her do thyroid scan on patient when she was 7 , so sad , like kids want to do this .

Abc called BON and they said she can work at 15 . Guess if she messes up with medications or other wise , she will be tried as an adult.

The worst part is Ducey giving Edson College money for grants and they use it on a OUT OF STATE Minor . They only want high grades so they will pass in a 12 month program. Pass the test. and show them how they can do it. Anyone who is a nurse for any length of time knows it takes a LONG time to put it all together . Pick up on things , because you have experience.

How many AZ residents got turned down so this adolescent can take nursing in AZ . And is she going to stay ?? Most likely not. IF she was smart. But then is she was smart she would not get into something like nursing ! not in today’s mess they call ‘professional” nursing . Just dump on the nurse !

Most nurses would never recommend nursing to anyone they care about. Shameful that the grant money , millions given to ONE College was wasted , as far as helping the shortage of nurses. SAD !

3 thoughts on “15 year old in nursing school .”

  1. Taking grant money from AZ and putting out of state brats through nursing school. ? So wrong in many areas. She will not work in needed areas, she is getting this degree and keep getting degrees until she is just as weird as those on the BON who think they are leaders because of it ! Like they know more . We all know on the job is the best learning . Who listens to these fake drs ? crazy, if they only knew how stupid they sound to real people , not fakes .


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    2. I hear all the way in Tx that Ducey sucks and you nurses in AZ will be much better off getting rid of him . Hang in there his time is almost up . Just like JoEY her time is almost up actually sounds like her names are numbered . She stays because without her power of firing away and keeping those with stead stream of retirements from state of AZ she is NOTHING , but a crooked old ho .


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