School of medicine said the student, who shared on social media about intentionally injuring a patient because he mocked her for wearing a pronoun pin, followed the guidelines correctly

The medical school backed the fourth-year medical student who shared on her social media account that she deliberately injured a patient for mocking her pronoun badge. The University officials released a statement and said the medical student, who is also a transgender rights activist, followed the guidelines correctly. The medical school officials didn’t elaborate on how they came to their conclusions. The student, who was aspiring to become a medical doctor, said: “I never intended to harm the patient. I am truly sorry for poorly representing our school and our health system.”

The trainee medic from North Carolina, Kychelle Del Rosario, said that she has received support from her medical school, Wake Forest University, per reports.

Last month, the fourth-year student, who is aspiring to become a medical doctor, posted on her social media account that she had intentionally injured a man who mocked her by missing his vein during a blood draw. The student also said that her attack was justified because the victim, who has not been named, laughed loudly at her She/Her pronoun pin.

Last month, she wrote on her Twitter account:
“I had a patient I was doing a blood draw on see my pronoun pin and loudly laugh to the staff ‘She/Her? Well of course it is! What other pronouns even are there? It?’ I missed his vein so he had to get stuck twice.”