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Tips Newsletter August  31,  2010
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In this issue of the newsletter, you'll learn some factual questions that nurses are asked during their depositions.


Just the Facts

Quick! Tell me the year you got your nursing degree.

If you're like many nurses during their depositions, you don't know the answer to that question. And that's just one of the common queries that nurses flub during their depositions.

As a legal nurse consultant who works for the Plaintiff,  you may write deposition questions for nursing staff and other fact witnesses. If you work as an LNC for the Defense, you may help prepare nursing staff for their upcoming depositions.  And if you're an expert LNC, you'll be questioned about this type of information.

Let's look at some factual questions likely to be asked during a nursing deposition for a medical malpractice case. And I'll point out some of the most common questions that cause nurses to flounder. Read more.

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