Moral injury is the social, psychological, and spiritual harm that arises from a betrayal of one’s core values, such as justice, fairness, and loyalty. Harming others, whether in military or civilian life; failing to protect others, through error or inaction; and failure to be protected by leaders, especially in combat—can all wound a person’s conscience, leading to lasting anger, guilt, and shame, and can fundamentally alter one’s world view and impair the ability to trust others.Psychology Today
Today‘s guest has not let her discoveries about medical institution abuses and harms hold her back. Rather, Ashley Grogg, RN,1Registered Nurse MSN2Masters of Science in Nursing has become a leading advocate for medical freedom and true health. Today, on ‘The People’s Testaments,’ she shares her story [with Stephanie Locricchio] as well as her perspective on injury reporting, stating, ‘VAERS is a huge failure’ but also providing insight into the way it can be used for good…Children’s Health Defense
P.S. Did you know there’s FREE, Harvard-designed software that could semi-automate the reporting of adverse events to VAERS…
… thereby saving everyone time while improving reporting rates, consistency and accuracy?
Me neither. Until today.
It is one topic being covered on the VAERS Aware course she’s running Jan-Feb this year.3Through WTAjourney.com
- 1Registered Nurse
- 2Masters of Science in Nursing
- 3Through WTAjourney.com