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Nursing Negligence
Analyzing Malpractice in the Hospital Setting


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May 1996 | 282 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This is the first book to describe the etiology of nursing malpractice and the morbidity and mortality associated with it. The author examines the legal aspects of malpractice and provides a comprehensive picture of common nursing malpractice in a variety of settings. She not only defines nursing malpractice but also demonstrates how it can be identified and prevented.
 
Introduction
 
Legal Aspects of Malpractice
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Hospital Setting
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Emergency Department
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Psychiatric Setting
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Medical Unit Setting
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Operating Room
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Recovery Room
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Surgical Unit Setting
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Pediatric Setting
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Labor Room
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Delivery Room
 
Nursing Malpractice in the Newborn Nursery
 
Risk Management Strategies

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