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Expert 6833 has been a Registered Nurse since 1991 and has experience working in Rehab, Sub-acute Care, Skilled Nursing Facility, End of Life, and Dementia care.  Currently, she is working for a Home Health Care agency as a Home Health Nurse and has been working in a Rehab/sub-acute/LTC facility as a Charge Nurse/Medication and Treatment…

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Philips and Stark (2013) wrote an article in Nursing Magazine titled “Stepping up to be a nurse expert witness”.  They noted that nurses are “uniquely qualified to be expert witnesses because of their knowledge of the nursing process, attention to detail, and critical thinking, assessment, and problem-solving skills”.  The article describes the legal nurse role…

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Expert 2687 has 18 years of clinical and administrative nursing experience she began her career in med-surg, ER, cardiac rehab and ICU and went on to providing care to patients in the home setting with a home health agency.  She also has experience in administration, as a supervisor/manager and case manager. Our expert has been…

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The stethoscope, worn around the neck with pride by many healthcare providers, is an essential tool used to assess the heart and lungs.  Technology is advancing in all areas of healthcare and medicine, could technology replace the beloved stethoscope? Electronic stethoscopes are being used to collect electrical signals from a patient’s chest through a small…

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Our featured expert 7599 has been a Registered Nurse for more than 20 years with over 17 years of experience as a staff nurse on a burn unit. During that time, she also gained experience working in areas such as PACU, ICU, CCU ambulatory, and telemetry units. Since 2010, this expert has been working as…

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American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants

From the Gallup’s annual Most Honest and Ethical Professional Poll, 2019, nurses are rated the highest in honesty and ethics.  Americans were asked to rate the honesty and ethics of a wide range of professionals using the scale “very high, high, average, low or very low” and 85% rated nurses as “very high or high.”…

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Expert 4962 has been a Registered Nurse since 2001 and became certified in forensic nursing in 2012.  Her testifying expertise includes strangulation, blunt force trauma and physical child abuse.  She has additional training in the forensic evaluation of gunshot wounds, strangulation, and advanced death investigation. Prior to taking a focus on forensic nursing, our expert…

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The World Health Organization (WHO) released a “Patient Safety Fact File” and noted that patient safety is a serious worldwide concern and it is estimated that “the risk of death occurring due to preventable medical accident, while receiving health care, is estimated to be 1 in 300” (WHO, 2019). The report includes ten facts: One…

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Expert 1701 has over 35 years of perioperative nursing experience and 17 years working as a private scrub nurse for a cardiothoracic surgeon.  She has clinical experience in OR procedures related to cardiac, thoracic, vascular, general, spinal, orthopedic, advanced laparoscopic and robotic.  She has been the OR Team Lead since 2000 and provides care before,…

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Operating room nurse

The executive board of the World Health Organization (WHO), has designated 2020 as the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife”, this is in honor of Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday.  Florence was born May 12, 1820, and died August 13, 1910, and was the foundational philosopher of modern nursing, whose story is familiar to every nurse[1].…

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