Legal Issues in Nursing Video Series

Empowering Nurses With Medical Legal Knowledge

All 4 Videos Available for only $40!

Have you ever gone home at the end of a shift and worried that you might be sued for something that happened that day? Or have you ever wondered HOW to protect yourself from a lawsuit?

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the legal side of nursing! Connect Medical Legal Education is excited to present the 4-part video series Legal Issues in Nursing. These engaging videos cover Medical Malpractice Lawsuits, Definitions and Trends, The Stages of a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit, The Four Factors Required to Prove Nursing Negligence and The Five Most Commons Allegations of Nursing Negligence. Each video is approximately 10 minutes long, so you can watch (or listen) on the run, all together or one at a time. The videos are available right now (HERE) for a limited time pricing of $40! Upon completion, you will receive a certificate for 1.0 hours of nursing hours of Continuing Education Credit. Start watching today!

The Legal Issues in Nursing Video Series is for all nurses from all specialty areas including RNs, RPNs, LPNs, NPs, NAs, Midwives, student nurses, risk managers, policy makers, nursing managers and nursing and clinical educators. For group rates and live presentations contact us.

Part 1 Medical Malpractice Lawsuits, Definitions and Trends
Learn about the 3 sides of a medical malpractice lawsuit, some basic legal definitions, the courts view of nursing responsibility, the most likely areas for a lawsuit to occur and medical legal trends and issues.

Part 2 The Stages of a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
Learn about the multiple stages of a lawsuit, the statute of limitations and how it will be determined whether the nurse met the standard of care. Find out how your nursing documentation can prove that you met the standard of care…. or not.

Part 3 The Four Factors Necessary to Prove Nursing Negligence
Poor outcomes don’t always mean a successful lawsuit. In this webinar, learn about the four factors that must be proven in a malpractice case: duty, breach, injury, and causation.

4 The Five Most Common Allegations of Nursing Negligence
Almost every nursing negligence lawsuit has an element of poor communication, inadequate patient assessment, medication error, substandard infection control or improper use of equipment. Learn how critical it is to know and uphold current standards of care.

These videos are a fast, engaging way to learn about the legal aspects of nursing – the perfect place to start! For more thorough learning, move on to the full “Legal Issues in Nursing” online course with more in-depth information including fascinating medical legal case studies. To prepare for the role of the Legal Nurse Consultant, don’t miss our most popular online education “Introduction to Legal Nurse Consulting“!


These videos are eligible for continuing education credits in the US and Canada. Contact your local nursing association.

Legal Issues in Nursing Video Series is available immediately at the discounted price of $40 plus tax! Purchasing the videos allows you to view the courses for 30 days after the purchase date.

Need more information? Call us at 855-278-9273 (toll free) or email us.

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