Avoiding Malpractice: Introduction (CD) 1st Edition
Concept Media
ISBN-13: 9780495821458 | ISBN-10: 0495821454
© 2007 | Published |  NA  Pages

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This section discusses the incidence and prevalence of malpractice in the United States. The program uses short case studies to describe each of the elements of malpractice and how nurses can avoid the common pitfalls associated with them. In addition, legal nurse consultant, Tracey Albee, is interviewed to provide both practical and forensic information.



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    • Avoiding Malpractice: Introduction to Malpractice (Online Individual)
      ISBN-10: 1111134669 | ISBN-13:9781111134662
      List Price = 214.95
      This section discusses the incidence and prevalence of malpractice in the United States. The program uses short case studies to describe each of the elements of malpractice and how nurses can avoid the common pitfalls associated with them. In addition, legal nurse consultant, Tracey Albee, is interviewed to provide both practical and forensic information.
      Avoiding Malpractice: Introduction to Malpractice Printed Access Card
      ISBN-10: 1111134677 | ISBN-13:9781111134679
      List Price = 215.00
      This section discusses the incidence and prevalence of malpractice in the United States. The program uses short case studies to describe each of the elements of malpractice and how nurses can avoid the common pitfalls associated with them. In addition, legal nurse consultant, Tracey Albee, is interviewed to provide both practical and forensic information.
      Avoiding Malpractice: Introduction to Malpractice (Online Institutional)
      ISBN-10: 1111134723 | ISBN-13:9781111134723
      List Price = 549.95
      This section discusses the incidence and prevalence of malpractice in the United States. The program uses short case studies to describe each of the elements of malpractice and how nurses can avoid the common pitfalls associated with them. In addition, legal nurse consultant, Tracey Albee, is interviewed to provide both practical and forensic information.