All questions, but no answers
Question 1. Why is a “state board” going public with unproven allegations against health care professionals?
Question 2. Why would The News-Review aid them in this endeavor?
Question 3. What is the board’s definition of “inappropriate touching?”
Question 4. How does one defend oneself against “He/She says ... ?” or “He/She felt ... ?”
Question 5. Why would anyone who found a health care professional “flirty, forward, unprofessional or too personal” return repeatedly to said professional?
Question 6. Who will be next to have his or her reputation and professionalism questioned on the pages of The News-Review?
Sharon A. Read