Nursing Negligence Series

SERIES OVERVIEW:

Medical malpractice is costly. Each year, over 225,000 Americans die as a result of errors or negligence while another 1.5 million individuals are injured or harmed. The financial burden is also staggering, with an estimated $55 billion price tag, which accounts for 2.4 percent of the annual cost of healthcare.

This two-part series begins with a discussion of negligence and each of its four components. Delegation is also explored as the use of unlicensed assistive personnel may put the nurse at risk as she is responsible for their actions or lack thereof. Examples of common forms of negligence are also featured. In addition, strategies nurses can use to prevent negligence from occurring are offered. Finally, several vignettes are presented in which the viewer is asked to identify if negligence has occurred, and if so, how it could have been avoided.

The programs in this series also include workbooks that can be ordered separately.

 This program has been designated for 1 contact hour of continuing nursing education credits.

See below for list of programs in this series.
Price: $730.00 USD

Product ID: CLP200
Media: DVD
Year: 2013
Duration: 33:39 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Legal Aspects of Nursing
 
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Other Programs in this Series

Nursing Negligence: Guidelines for Care

OVERVIEW: This course defines nursing negligence and describes the four legal components of negligence. It provides information on the most common types of negligence including delegation of nursing [...]

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Nursing Negligence: What You Can Do

OVERVIEW: This program features a series of vignettes to provide practical guidance and describes steps nurses can take to protect themselves, their patients and their facilities from acts of negligence [...]

Released in 2013

$315.00
 

 
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