Professional misconduct accusations withdrawn against nurse

A Canadian nurse is now able to resume her nursing career after being accused of unprofessional conduct for publicly sharing her experiences administering Covid-19 vaccinations and witnessing high rates of Covid-19 vaccination injuries. In early 2022, a provincial nursing regulator received a complaint from a public health authority that this nurse, whose name is being withheld to protect her privacy, had allegedly violated privacy policies by publicly sharing her experiences with the Covid-19 vaccines. Her lawyer, Keith Pridgen, was able to resolve the matter without any admissions of wrongdoing or any restrictions on her license to practice.

The Justice Centre was contacted by this nurse in mid-2022, after she was notified that the nursing regulator had received the complaint. The complaint alleged that she had, while administering Covid-19 vaccines, provided honest answers to her patients’ questions, and had conducted her own investigation into Covid-19 vaccine research and development. The complaint also alleged that she had unlawfully breached the health authority’s privacy policy by disclosing instances where mass Covid-19 vaccination clinics had resulted in significant numbers of vaccination injuries, including serious injuries requiring multiple ambulances to be called to the vaccination clinic.

“Canadian nurses deserve better than to be threatened with discipline for telling the truth to the public,” said Mr. Pridgen. “Professional regulators must stop this nation-wide inquisition against doctors and nurses who simply choose to uphold their ethical obligations to obtain meaningful informed consent”, he further added.

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