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LNP​ 111 Increase Your Focus for Better Productivity – Pat Iyer

In​ this ​podcast​ I share ​ how to Increase Your Focus for Better ​ Productivity and why focus is important​ ​in ​both ​your ​personal ​and ​professional ​life. ​ You’ll ​ learn ​ tips ​ and ​ strategies ​ on ​ gaining ​ and ​ keeping ​ your ​ focus ​ so ​ you ​ can […]

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LNP​ ​110 – Secrets​ ​of ​How ​to ​Slow ​Down ​​the ​​Effects ​of ​​Aging – Kevin​ ​Light ​MD

Dr. Kevin Light is a graduate of Michigan State University where he got a Bachelors of Science Degree in Biochemistry. He also earned an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and went to medical school in Des Moines. He is a board certified general surgeon who has become interested in the effects of […]

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LNP​ 109 How​ ​to Wow Your ​Attorney Audience

You have an opportunity to wow an attorney audience. You want to make a great presentation. The surest way to add value to the attorney’s understanding of medical issues is to identify how you can use your expertise to help your attorney audience. Pat Iyer has taught attorneys at local, state and national organizations. In […]

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LNP 108 – ​​How to Convey Your Professionalism as ​​a ​​Legal ​​Nurse ​Consultant – ​Nancy ​Lynn

Nancy Lynn focuses in on giving tips about increase professionalism as a legal nurse consultant. Discover how to be more polished in the way you speak, look and act. From the classroom to the C Suite she has helped thousands of leaders elevate their image and impact by integrating communication skills, executive image, corporate etiquette, […]

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Nurse Practicioner

LNP 103 – Nurse Practitioners’ Expanding Liability and Role

Nurse practitioners’ expanding liability comes with an expanding role. New York became the 18th state to no longer require experienced nurse practitioners to have a written practice service agreement with a physician. Experienced nurse practitioners (who have more than 3,600 hours of practice) are even more independent. In this edition of ​Iyer’s Insights, ​ Pat […]

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LNP 102 – Analyzing Nurse Practitioner Liability: Uncovering the Risks – Carolyn Buppert

Carolyn Buppert is an attorney who focuses on legal issues affecting nurses, advanced practice clinicians and their employers. She studies nurse practitioner liability. Her clients include hospitals, health systems, insurers, physician and nurse practitioner practices, visiting nurse agencies, nursing homes, hospices, schools of nursing and a national certification organization. She is a frequent contributor to […]

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Barbara Levin talks about medical malpractice

LNP 93 – Medical Malpractice – When Bad things Happen to Good People

Medical malpractice can happen to anyone, even the mother of a nursing expert witness. Barbara Levin is a registered nurse and expert witness who is employed as an orthopedic clinical scholar providing care to patients as a staff nurse in a major hospital in Boston. Barbara is also an author and an editor of books […]

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LNP 92 – Scared to Death- What LNCs Must Know About Patient Fears – Colleen Sweeney

Colleen Sweeney RN is a skilled communicator who instantly wins over her audiences. She concentrates on the patient experience and she conducted a three year study about patient fears. Having spent a lifetime in hospitals as a nursing student, nursing aide, nursing assistant, graduate nurse, registered nurse, educator, manager and director, Colleen knows health care […]

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Debbie OGrady

LNP 86 – How to Stay Focused on Your LNC Goals – Debbie O’Grady

Debbie O’Grady knows what it’s like when there’s just too much to do and the day flies by way too fast. She’s kept herself busy for years working on getting her business off the ground until she finally got focused and within nine months hit six figures. In this podcast she shares tips on how […]

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LNP 79 – Infection Control as a Measure of Quality of Health Care

Hospital or healthcare acquired infections are one of the indicators of quality of care. Legal nurse consultants who work on medical malpractice cases may be asked by attorneys to offer opinions on whether an infection was preventable or properly treated. Infection control can be a measure of the quality of health care. Listen in as […]

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