March 30, 2022
RaDonda Vaught, a former nurse in Tennessee, killed a patient in 2017 by administering the wrong drug. He was convicted and convicted of disorderly conduct and manslaughter on March 25.
Vaught’s mind was turned to nationalism and left many in the nursing profession who feared it would become a source of medical malpractice. Some observers believe that hospitals will reduce the risk of medical malpractice or prevent people from seeking nursing care.
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