Journal of Nursing Law was founded to serve the needs of practicing nurses in hospitals, clinics, schools, and elsewhere for solid practical advice on the legal and ethical issues that influence their jobs.

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

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Volume 5, Number 2, 1998

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Nurses and Litigation: 1990–1997
pp. 7-19(13)
Author: Smith-Pittman, Mable H.

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What Should Nurses Know About Fraud and Abuse?
pp. 41-50(10)
Authors: Michael, Janet E.; Summers, Cathleen H.


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AN ETHICAL PERSPECTIVE: End-of-Life Decisions: Are They Honored?
pp. 51-63(13)
Authors: Badzek, Laurie A.; Leslie, Nan S.; Corbo-Richert, Beverly

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