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Our ostomy nurse expert 7953 received her Master of Science in Nursing in 2001, became certified in Wound Ostomy Continence (CWON) in 2006, and has been a certified legal nurse consultant since 2015.  She is currently working as an Advanced Practice Wound and Ostomy Nurse and has been in this role since 2007; she has…

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According to the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP), as noted in the My American Nurse Journal by Catherine Spader, RN, some nurses still use unsafe or outdated intravenous push administration practices (American Nurse Journal, 2020, p. 25),[1] despite guidelines being easy to access.  An example given is using commercially pre-packaged 0.9% normal saline syringes…

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Expert 6560 is a master’s prepared registered nurse with 22 years of experience in emergency, trauma, administration, and correctional nursing. Our expert lives and works in California but available nationwide.

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Expert 5043 is a school nurse with experience working in the public school system caring for medically fragile children with acute and chronic conditions from 2012 to 2018. She is an award-winning registered nurse who is licensed in California and Arizona.

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Expert 3602 is a Family Practice Nurse Practitioner with over 30 years of experience in clinical areas such as hospitals, long-term care, home health, primary care, and academia. This expert has provided testimony at deposition and trial is currently living and working in New York State.

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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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