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This two-part part series is designed to help nurses reduce their legal liability when providing and documenting patient care. It emphasizes the importance of providing care that meets accepted standards of nursing practice and carefully documenting that care to reduce legal liability for both the individual nurse and the employer. Included are realistic hospital and courtroom scenarios that clearly depit the information given.
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