Legal Nurse Consulting Training Program Article on Professional Malpractice

Negligence happens in healthcare.  In some cases it can also occur with medication.  The article below looks at a case of malpractice and looks to determine if it falls under ordinary negligence or professional malpractice.

There are many types of medical errors. This article looks at ordinary negligence and professional malpractice


The article, “Fatal Medication Error: Ordinary Negligence or Professional Malpractice?” by Ann Latner presents a case in which such a decision was needed.  She states,

“This month, we look at a recent case out of Nevada where the court was asked to decide if an error involving a fatal dose of morphine was medical malpractice, requiring an affidavit from a medical expert, or whether it was ordinary negligence, which does not have such a requirement.”

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