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Nursing burn out signs.

Nursing burn out signs.

Nursing burn out occurs when someone in the health care field is overly stressed and feels at a lose with their professional nursing career.    It is dangerous not only to the nurse but to the patient as well. Sue Heacock from Nurse Together has an informative and humorous article on the subject: Nursing burn out signs Nurses, do you feel disillusioned and worn out after a long shift? Here are the top 11 (yes, 11 not your typical even number) indicators that you are burned out and long over due for a bit of time off. For more information please go here. There are

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Legal Nurse Consulting: Expert Witness

Legal Nurse Consulting: Expert Witness

 Legal Nurse Consulting: The Nurse as Expert Witness   Exploring The Nurse As An Expert Witness It is not unusual for an attorney to utilize a nurse as an expert witness when the malpractice issue involves another nurse. There was a time when the attorney would have sought this information from a physician, but times have changed, and many states have ruled that expert testimony about a nurse should come from a nurse. The need for expert nurse witnesses is growing, and the job is not as easy as some might expect. The requirements to be an expert witness are

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Do More Than Give Medications

If you have been a nurse for a long time then you might be tired of working directly with patients. Working with patients may get tired after a while and you may find that you are tired of working on the floor. Working on the medical floor of a hospital can get very tiring if you have been doing it for a long time. You should look to put your professional skills and knowledge to more use. You should look online for courses to get your legal nurse consulting certification. This certification will allow you to work with legal experts

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legal nurse consulting certification

legal nurse consulting certification

I graduated from a four year degree nursing program and immediately went to work for a busy hospital in the trauma department. After about five years, I decided that I wanted to slow down but still wanted to continue working in the nursing field. One of my co-workers told me she was going to school to become a legal nurse consultant and this interested me a lot. I went back to school to get my  legal nurse consulting certification and have come to really love my job now. On a typical day, I review medical records for attorneys and then

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Legal Nurse and HIPPA

Legal Nurse and HIPPA

Legal Nurse Consulting Corner HIPPA Privacy Rules In Simple Terms HIPPA stands for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. This act, which was passed into United States law in the year 1996 under the mandate of President Bill Clinton, is intended to do several things at the same time. HIPPA is a very complex act that can seem inaccessible and difficult to understand to patients, entities and even some physicians. HIPPA privacy rules for health care are simply, when it comes down to it, a federal law used to protect patients from their information being used or released without their

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What is a Living Will?

What is a Living Will?

Legal Nurse Consultation One of the most difficult things that a family member can go through is having to make a important medical decision regarding a loved one who is unable to speak for himself or herself. The stress of making such a decision in a hospital or nursing home can be overwhelming to those making the decision. Additionally, if there is any disagreement within the family about what course of medical action to take regarding the loved one, the situation can only become worse. The living will can help relieve some of the burden in difficult times when a

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Legal Nurse Consultant As Expert Witness

Legal Nurse Consultant As Expert Witness

While the primary vocational call of a nurse is to provide direct care to patients at the bedside, many nurses are hoping to enhance their career scope and enter into other exciting nursing fields beyond the bedside. Legal nurses have the ability to work on legal issues that pertain to nursing and also to many other health care professionals. A major role of a legal nurse consultant  is to provide expert witness testimony. In such cases, this nurse expert will actually develop a case related to officially recognized standards of nursing care. In the expert role, the nurse will then

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10 things in nursing everyone should know

10 things in nursing everyone should know

Whether in the nursing, legal nurse consulting, nurse practitioner, or basically any health care field, we can all agree that there is a set list of things every nursing professional should know.  In an article by Karyn Buxman from Nurse Together they have comprised an excellent list for you to review: 10 Things about Nursing: Click here for the article. Nursing is truly a large field of health care.   You can customize your career as you see fit.  If you wish to learn more about Legal Nurse Consulting, please visit our page.  

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Legal Nurse Consultants Testify in Malpractice Cases

Legal Nurse Consultants Testify in Malpractice Cases

 Nurses are entering the court room today as expert witnesses in nursing malpractice cases. These nurses are known as legal nurse consultants and are active members of legal teams. They investigate what particular nursing standards of care apply in a case of alleged negligence. Once they identify deviations from the standards of care they are able to define what deviations from the standards occurred. Their health care and nursing backgrounds allow them to easily enter the legal world in malpractice litigation. Most legal nurse consultants practicing today have completed legal nurse consulting training programs and have achieved certification. When legal

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Certified legal nurse consultant

Certified legal nurse consultant

Nurses who wish to pursue a career in the legal and the medical malpractice area usually become Legal Nurse Consultants. As a legal nurse consultant, the nurse can become a legal expert in the areas of health care and nursing law hence becoming a greater asset to one’s institution by assisting in risk management assessments. A legal nurse can also advertise one’s skills beyond the bedside and begin their own consulting business. Legal nurses consult to law firms, and insurance companies. AIHCP offers core courses in Legal Nurse Consulting that help prepare registered nurses to enter into this field and