The Nurse Manager’s Legal Companion: A Practical Guide to Legal Best Practices
Dinah Brothers, RN, JD
The Nurse Manager’s Legal Companionoffers up-to-the-minute legal insights related to nursing practice and managing staff, including hiring and firing practices, discrimination risks, and workplace safety. This book is the most comprehensive and current offering on the market, with specific coverage highlighting new nursing legal issues, including those related to social media use and a nurse’s right to refuse certain types of work.
This book will help nursing professionals understand:
- Liability risks related to social media misuse
- Safety in the workplace from a legal perspective, including implications of dealing with occupational violence, bullying, and highly contagious diseases
- Increased liability issues related to interprofessional collaboration and accountability
- Dealing proactively with nurse whistleblowers
- Ten best practices to reduce liability risks
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – The Legal Environment of Nursing Management
Chapter 2 – Employment Law for the Nurse Manager
Chapter 3 – Hiring and Maintaining Competent Staff
Chapter 4 – The Legal Significance of Policies and Procedures
Chapter 5 – Dealing With Problem Employees
Chapter 6 – Safety in the Workplace
Chapter 7 – The Nurse as Whistleblower
Chapter 8 – The Liability Risks of Nurse Staffing
Chapter 9 – The Liability Risks of Delegation and Supervision
Chapter 10 – The Liability Risks of Social Media
Chapter 11 – Interprofessional Collaboration and Accountability—The Duty to Work Together
Chapter 12 – Protecting Yourself and Your License
Chapter 13 – Ten Practices to Reduce Your Liability
About the Author:
Dinah Brothers, RN, JD, is a nurse attorney based in Texas. Brothers is a solo practitioner specializing in civil litigation. In her practice, she defends healthcare professionals in civil and administrative proceedings. Prior to becoming an attorney, Brothers worked as a nurse for 10 years, including a stint as a nurse manager. Her nursing experience includes psychiatric nursing, nursing management, and nursing education.
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Published: July 2015
Page count: 144
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