Nursing Malpractice: Implications for Clinical
Practice and Nursing Education

Janet Pitts Beckmann


This book came about by chance. Through a very close friend and colleague, I was approached fifteen years ago by a prominent attorney to review a nursing malpractice case. I said I was not interested because I associated such cases with attorneys who were 'out there' making trouble. To make a long story short, my friend twisted my arm and I looked at the case. What I learned shocked me. Never in my worst imaginings had I thought that nurses could or would provide such poor care.
From the Introduction


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