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Expert 4387 – Psychiatric Nurse

Expert 4387 has 20 years of nursing experience and has cared for a wide age range of patients with mental health and addiction issues and has knowledge of Behavioural Health Rules, Mental Health Holds, Involuntary Medications, Short Term Certification (STC), seclusion and restraints, Intoxication Treatment and more. She has worked in various psychiatric setting since…

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Pressure Injuries – common to get and challenging to heal

Nurses strive to prevent pressure injuries among patients because it is one of the most common wounds a nurse will discover, treat and manage.  When a patient is severely decompensated due to injury, illness, malnutrition etc., it can be difficult to prevent pressure injuries.  Nurses consider it vital to recognize patients at risk for pressure…

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ICU Nurse – Expert 2217

Expert 2217 has been working in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) since 2006 and has held positions including clinical nurse manager, house supervisor, clinical coordinator of the ICU/CCU and since 2015 he has been a staff RN in the ICU. He has experience being a part of the rapid response team and code blue team…

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Falls Risk – Part 2: interventions

In addition to a documented falls risk assessment, interventions to prevent falls should be carried out and clearly documented including but not limited to: non-slip socks or footwear, appropriate mobility aides within reach and in use when ambulating, hip protectors in place, bed in low position, and call bell within reach. For those patients that…

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Falls Risk – Part 1: assessment and precautions

A patient having a fall while in hospital is a known cause for delayed recovery, discharge and increased risk of injury and death. It is not only the responsibility of the nurses caring for patients, but the facility/organization and the healthcare team including physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists etc.; however, nurses are often the first…

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Interventional Radiology Nurse – Expert 4411

Expert 4411 has been a Registered Nurse since 1995 and has 6 years of experience in Interventional Radiology, more than 10 years of experience in Parianesthesia, more than 18 years of experience in Critical Care and Supervisory/management roles, and 22 years of experience in Medical-Surgical nursing. She is certified in trauma care and holds a…

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Accepting Cases as an Expert Witness

If you think that just ANY nurse can speak to the standard of care in issues related to a health care setting, think again. When you are considering accepting a case to act as a testifying expert witness, there are many things to consider.  Prior to accepting any case, you should obtain some initial details…

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Orthopedic Nurse – Expert 7287

Expert 7287 has been a Registered Nurse since 1984 and is certified in orthopedic nursing, oncology nursing and medical-surgical nursing.  She is currently working on an Orthopedic Trauma/Med-Surg Unit and has been in this role since 1991.  She has experience in Orthopedic Oncology and Intensive Care and holds professional memberships with Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses…

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Expert Witness Training

Are you interested in formal training to support your journey as a nurse expert witness? Below is information on two organizations that provide comprehensive training and resources for those entering into the expert witness world. SEAK SEAK is a continuing education, publishing, marketing, and consulting company.  They were founded in 1980 and have trained well…

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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner – Expert 5635

Expert 5635 graduated from the University of San Francisco in 2003 with a Master of Science in nursing; Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) and Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist dual role.  She is currently working in a homeless shelter/supportive housing program and also is the owner of a Private Practice/Multidisciplinary Family Health Center, specializing in adolescent…

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