Medical Nurse Training, Inc. announces two programs that will increase patient settlements, assist representation at trial, and bring Attorneys state of the art fall prevention and protection training.
(PRWEB) June 2, 2009 -- Medical Nurse Training, Inc. announces two programs that will increase client settlements, assist representation at trial, and bring Attorneys state of the art fall prevention and protection training.
Medical Nurse Training is the premier portal for training nurses and doctors utilizing a nationally known Geriatric Doctor, the Assistant Director of Nursing at Johns Hopkins and Patrick Devaney who has over 25 years experience lecturing on these topics to tens of thousands of nurses, doctors, lawyers, and healthcare facilities. The assistant director of Nursing at Johns Hopkins, an expert legal witness, demonstrates the current standards of care in fall prevention and bed safety. Also discussed in detail, are the legal ramifications of not following these practices.
Root causes and specific solutions for patient falls, resident falls, and in home falls are also described in detail in this on line or DVD based program. There are two low cost accredited programs that include Acute Care and Long Term Care/Home Care. Independent Falls Consultant, Jaime Cole stated, "The flow of the program is very impressive and easy to follow along with since it is predominately lecture video with side by side PowerPoint." Protocols and over 400 pages of other resources are also included that cover nearly every aspect of this topic.
Numerous current tools, statistics, pictures, and videos will be useful in any pretrial brief or trial proceedings. Medical Nurse Training, Inc. provides continuous updates through their website that are sure to provide incredible insight to any Firm with valuable monthly blogs and newsletters. This program will bring added value to all personal injury cases with many statistical benchmarks, deferential analysis, and standards of care.
For more information about the programs available from Medical Nurse Training, Inc., please visit http://www.medicalnursetraining.com.
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