I’m not for sure if everyone has seen this in the news https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2022/03/25/1088902487/former-nurse-found-guilty-in-accidental-injection-death-of-75-year-old-patient
A nurse in Tennessee was convicted of criminal negligence for a medication error that resulted in the death of a patient. I’m not for sure what everyone’s thoughts are, but I think it’s systemic issue and detrimental to growing nursing as a field. It will lead to unethical behavior of fear of reprimand could mean prison time. So unfortunate all around including for the patient and their family.
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