Before Wisconsin Senate Committee on Health, Children, Families, Aging and Long-Term Care
Beth LaChance, R.N.
. . . I . . . experienced an onslaught of disciplinary reprimands, retaliation, criticism and
ostracism. . . I was no longer assigned to train or mentor new nurses despite my credentials and qualifications. . . .I was denied career advancement to clinical nurse three status, as the research project which qualified me for advancement, was resigned to another nurse without my prior knowledge or consent. I was grilled as a “second class nurse” or “nobody”. . .[Full text]