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  • This product had a total of 13 reviews as of our last analysis date on Jul 29 2016.
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Great book every medical student should read this before starting practice

Citing all kinds of real examples from malpractice cases he worked on, the book describes the way most claims start and what can be done to avoid them

This book is so important i even ordered copies for all my nurses just so they would know what to do and what not to do, and i suggested the hospitals where i have privileges get copies for everyone

All the take-home messages i got from the book:sometimes pt sues to get info, if they can't get answers from anyone, sue out of frustrationhow you handle pt's wishes to get info and after the event can make a difference of getting suedpt must feel respected, heardeye contact, studies show pt think you spent more time if sit vs stand, also not more than 45degree from her, do not bury your eyes in notesyour new pt will make impression of you within 10sec, you want to rush and bury your head in your notes?document you c/s with another md to discourage a lawsuit

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