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by Nurse-Attorney, Lorie Brown
“Every year hundreds of good nurses lose their license because they don’t understand the law.
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WHAT NURSES ARE SAYING ABOUT IT…
Lorie Brown’s book, Law and Order For Nurses: The Easy Way To Protect Your License & Livelihood, is a delightful departure from a more usual approach to the integration of law into the practice of nursing. With her keen sense of humor and honesty, she provides the reader with an overview of the more pertinent legal issues that nurses face as they go about practicing nursing on a daily basis. The book is a treasure trove of actual experiences that Lorie and her clients have faced during Lorie’s years of practice as a nurse, nurse attorney, and consultant.
Nancy J. Brent, RN, MS, JD
This is a “Knowledge is Power” book. The case situations and examples of nurse’s getting into license violations and, the life-changing process that can follow, is quite sobering. Yet, the author follows the scenarios with systematic practical advice on how to take appropriate actions to protect your license and livelihood. This is a “must read” for every nurse.
Mevin R. Helmuth R.N., M.N. Associate Professor of Nursing Goshen College
This is a really helpful book, and I am so excited to share it with my friends in nursing school. The author is straightforward about how nurses can navigate the pressures put on them to do more with less. Even though the topic is about avoiding mistakes, I still felt like I was receiving guidance from a trusted mentor — someone who was not afraid to advise even the most practiced nurses about what to do when asked to do too much, or when floated to an assignment that is unfamiliar, or if worried that something important is falling through the cracks. By the time I reached the end of this book, I had a clearer vision of how nurses can ensure that can both pursue their passion and do their jobs well.