Medical Malpractice 101: An Infographic for Nurses

Medical malpractice lawsuits are a reality for nursing professionals. Our infographic outlines what the most common injuries are that lead to a malpractice lawsuit against nurses and what the average payout is by injury.

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Medical Malpractice 101 Infographic

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Medical Malpractice 101: An Infographic for Nurses

Medical malpractice lawsuits are a reality for nursing professionals. Our infographic outlines what the most common injuries are that lead to a malpractice lawsuit against nurses and what the average payout is by injury. It also highlights the 3 year discount we offer to new graduates.

Check out the infographic below or download it!
 

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