Nurse actress Dr. Candy Campbell went from actress to flight attendant to nurse to actress. She says, “If you have a sick sense of humor you should go to nursing school.” She is an international speaker, award-winning actress, author, film maker and nurse leader. She cofounded an improv company in the San Francisco area and […]
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A failure to diagnose rectal cancer occurred to a Massachusetts man who filed a claim against his primary care physician and surgeon. By the time the cancer was discovered, it had spread from the rectum to both lobes of his liver. The defense denied liability. This case settled in 2018 for $4.8 million. Listen in […]
Dr. Stephen Cohen was the first board-certified colon and rectal surgeon for the Southern Crescent area in Atlanta, Georgia. Many of his patients traveled long distances to receive his high-quality care due to his unique ability to put patients and family at ease during difficult and often stressful times. Dr. Cohen has advanced his leadership […]
Have you been bullied as a kid, an adult, a nurse? Bullying stories cut across all ages, occupations and countries. Pat Iyer’s bully was a neurosurgeon who had temper tantrums in the OR (he threw instruments at nurses) and expected the head nurse to carry his charts and write down verbal orders. He was 5’1” […]
Brad Curtola talks about what happens when you’re bullied or targeted by co-staff and management in health care. He has experienced both of those unpleasant behaviors. Brad has been an RN 23 years with 7 years experience in legal nursing and 4 years as a certified nurse life care planner specializing in addiction and mental […]