A nurse quit her job after her nurse manager accused her patient care missteps. The nurse manager and CNO wanted to fire the nurse, but she resigned first because of what she described as a “hostile work environment.” She wondered if she had any legal grounds to pursue that claim.
A nurse inadvertently defaulted on her nursing student loan. Although the situation was quickly remedied, the record of her temporary suspension became public record.
A breach of patient confidentiality can result in a lawsuit. Who is at fault -- and who isn't -- will be determined by the courts based on several factors.
A nurse practitioner is concerned RNs and CMAs without prescriptive authority can send refill requests to the pharmacy without her final approval.
A critical care tech's job is eliminated and essentially replaced with a tech position that requires a physical agility test. Is this gender discrimination?
AN RN applies for a license in another state, and the board wants her to disclose information about her psychiatric treatment history. Is this required?