A nurse's co-worker spread the word that she was accused of diverting narcotics, which was proven to be untrue. Can she sue the co-worker and employer?
When an RN does not follow her employer's telemedicine policies to the letter, she is fired. In response, the nurse files a wrongful termination lawsuit.
An RN's ex-boyfriend reported false allegations about her to the nursing board. After being cleared, she wonders what legal recourse she has against the ex.
A nurse whose respiratory illness is caused by environmental factors at work files a workers’ compensation claim that is denied, but it doesn't end there.
A nursing student says she's innocent of misdemeanor charges. But could a conviction keep her from getting the RN license she's been working toward?
EMTALA (Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act) ensures ED patients receive care regardless of their ability to pay. Did one ED violate this policy?
A nursing student says incivility and bullying led her to withdraw from school. Should she file a lawsuit? What can nurses learn from this situation?
Nursing delegation of duties can be such a dilemma for nurses, especially when they are trying to find coverage during their breaks. What's the solution?