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April 2018 Archives

Malpractice suit became an issue in recent Arizona election

The special election to choose a replacement for the 8th Congressional District seat vacated by Rep. Trent Franks, who resigned late last year following a surrogacy scandal, brought to public attention a medical malpractice suit against one candidate. Dr. Hiral Tipirneni, a Democrat from Glendale, appears to have lost the race to Republican Debbie Lesko of Peoria by just five points in a solidly Republican district that Donald Trump won by more than 20 points less than 18 months ago.

Are you the victim of workplace harassment?

Most of us spend a good chunk of our waking hours at work. Therefore, our life can become highly unpleasant if someone in our workplace is regularly unkind or even a bully to us. At what point does that behavior cross over into harassment, and when does a situation become a "hostile work environment" that may require legal action to remedy?

Patients can sometimes misjudge a nurse's quality of care

One of the most common complaints patients make about nurses involves the quality of care the patients receive. As a nurse, you are undoubtedly scrupulous about following protocol and completing tasks by the book. You may keep careful patient records and avoid unethical situations. However, patient perception plays a major role in measuring the quality of care you provide.

State employee claims wrongful termination

A former employee of Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) is claiming that he was forced to resign or else face termination after he began asking questions about several contracts the ADOA pushed. According to his claims, the employee suspected that some of the contracts featured inappropriate arrangements between the ADOA and various parties. While he did submit a resignation letter reading simply "I resign effective today," he now asserts that he is a whistleblower, and that his exit from the department was involuntary.