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#1 Aug 25, 2012
What constitutes negligence?
Does a Director of Nursing have a duty to protect a high risk elopement patient.
Has the DON breached that duty when he/she can not or did not provide appropriate and adequate measures.
If a safe and secure environment was not provided and the patient elopes and is later wheels into traffic and dies. Is this ABUSE? You decide.

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