Whistleblowing

November 29, 2011 | Leave a Comment

As the case of the 2 nurses in Texas has drawn to a close, and the physician in the case (along with other non-medical personnel) held accountable by licensing bodies and the criminal justice system, Medscape has published a wrap-up of the case in its entirety for anyone interested in looking at all angles of what was a terribly disturbing set of events. Apologies for the wonky formating, but it was the only way to include all of it here:

Whistleblowing
From Medscape Nurses
Follow the Case From Beginning to End
Case of the Nurse Whistleblowers: The Finale
Physician in Texas Whistleblower Case Put on Probation by State Board
Local Officials Charged in Texas Whistleblower Case
Nurses in Texas Whistleblower Case Settle for $750,000
Physician in Whistleblower Case Charged by Texas Medical Board
Whistleblowing Nurses Case Highlights Need for More Open Quality-of-Care Culture
The Ethical and Legal Issues of Whistleblowing
Preparing to Blow the Whistle: A Survival Guide for Nurses
Whistleblowing: Role of Organizational Culture in Prevention and Management
Medscape Ethics Center

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