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The transfer of care of a patient from one provider to another is commonly referred to as hand-off and is an essential part of communicating history, concerns, and tasks that need to be completed for patient safety and timely treatment.  Failure in this communication can lead to patient risk of harm and medical errors (Angelow…

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Expert 1842 is a registered nurse certified in Ostomy Management (OMS), Wound Ostomy (CWON), Wound Care (WCC), debridement, and Diabetic Education (CDE).  Our ostomy nurse received her Baccalaureate in the Science of Nursing from California State University and has been in the nursing field since 2006. She has experience in intermediate care, management of medical…

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Learning is a continuous journey – expanding knowledge and education is an important part of any profession but is especially important for nurses.  It is critical to the profession to continue to grow, improve and keep up with best practices and standards of care. It is also recommended that nurses look for additional ways to…

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Expert 7533 has been a Registered Nurse since 2012; she began her career working in a Children’s Hospital as a float nurse and quickly gained experience in areas including triage, Special Care Nursery, PICU, NICU, Surgical and Hemoc/Oncology.  After this she honed her experience and settled in working in the PICU, then she spent some…

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Nurses experience stress daily in the job caring for others, these stresses have a direct impact on their mental health. Nurses need to engage in self-care and have access to mental health supports to do their job well. The American Nurses Foundation (2020) released the Well Being Initiative in partnership with the Emergency Nurses Association,…

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Expert 3987 is a master’s prepared registered nurse with experience working in obstetrics and labor and delivery since 1981 who lives and works in Atlanta, GA.

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Expert 7309 has been a Registered Nurse for over 33 years, with over 17 years in the perioperative setting, has a master’s degree in Patient Safety and Quality Concentration and managerial experience and maintained a position as a clinical educator for perioperative services. She has presented education on topics including cardiac surgery, robotic mitral valve…

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Expert 2785 is a Pediatrics RN located in Colorado. She has PALS, CPEN, NRP and CEN certifications. She is available to review and opine on nursing standard of care.

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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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