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Clinical/research Nurse Fte Rates

I would like to understand the “industry standard” for price increase/decrease and fte benchmark rates on clinical/research nurse in the us for 2019, 2020 and present (2021) along with growth rate. Also, as a result of covid-19 and increased demand is there a price increase among research nurses ? • patient assistant program service providers are passing on a 4% increase for their salaried staff , thus increasing service cost annually by 14%. Is there anyway to renegotiate on this, do you have any suggestions? It would be great if this can be answered in a day or 2 considering the urgency. Thank you and awaiting your kind response. Please let me know your effort estimate for the same. -- kind regards

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    Charles |Clinical Director

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    Dana |TitlePost Liver Transplant and Research

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    Christy |Family Nurse Practitioner- Telemedicine

    I am a nurse practitioner and work now in the clinical research industry, on the management side. I...

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Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner

Our client wants to speak with a nurse practitioner who personally injects patients with botulinum toxins (i.E. Botox, dysport, xeomin) for aesthetic purposes. They are interested in speaking to a nurse in the u.S. Who is a “super injector” and familiar with general aesthetic trends. They would like to learn about future trends in the toxin space. This is a paid 60-minute phone interview, and the honorarium is set at $150. To show your relevance in this space, please answer the questions below and briefly discuss your insights: are you a nurse practitioner working in a dermatology or plastic surgery office in the u.S.? how long have you been in practice since you finished your education, residency, or fellowship training? *please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information. **referrals are highly appreciated

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    Ashley |Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner

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    Jennifer |Nurse Practitioner, Headache Specialist

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    Lauren |Physician Assistant

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Registered Nurse

We are defending a local hospital in a wrongful death suit. I am looking for an rn who can address the standard of care in a med/surg unit.

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    Tiffany |Ph.D. Candidate

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    Steven |VP / Director of Operations

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Nursing

Does a nurse consultant have to be licensed in the state they work

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    Tracey |Nursing Instructor, Certified Nurse Educ

    Brandy- not sure- if you are looking for an expert witness - then no-if performing any type of patie...

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    Geneviève |President & CEO

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Registered Nurse

We need a rn hospice consultant to review our charting in a software program on a monthly basis to give us feed back on compliance issues

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    Tiffany |Founder & CEO

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    Desiree |Zintro Expert

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Advanced Practice Nurses

Need an aprn trained/certified in arterial/central line insertion for a case for attorneys i work for. An fnp working in a hospital improperly inserted an art line in pt's femoral artery. Multiple attempts. Seems like artery had spasm and pt. I believe lost the leg, had an extended hospital stay. Aprn may have been working as some type house medical officer and did not communicate with attending. Did someone to testify to standard of care.

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    stephani |RN, Charge Nurse

    while I am not a APRN, I have been working critical care for 8 years and have assisted the insertion...

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Medical Legal Nurse

We are seeking remote independent consultants to join our team! this is a sub-contracting position. Consultants must be registered nurses with a minimum of 7 years’ experience. A bachelor degree and lnc certification are pluses, but not mandatory. Duties will include research, report writing, review of medical records, depositions and transcripts. Preparing reports that summarize the findings and/or conclusions of the legal nurse consultant based on available medical records is foundational work. Basic office equipment is required. Candidates must have extensive experience in microsoft word, excel, and internet research and email. Interview and vetting of the candidates is very rigorous.

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    Adam |Owner and President

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Standard Of Care

I need a nursing expert regarding whether a nurse who adjusted an icd without taking a history, physical or vital signs, in an elderly patient with a history of two prior ischemic strokes violated the standard of care, failing to evaluate the patient's right sided weakness which was increasing perceptibly during the visit, and the patient died of a massive hemorrhagic stroke a few days later. Details: november 17, 2009 – first stroke – left brain male patient age 67 found unresponsive at the rehab facility where he was recovering from an episode of cardiogenic shock. Patient was taken to nearby emergency room and received two administrations of tpa. Pre-treatment images showed several focal areas of dissection with clot resulting in loss of flow to the left pica and proximal pontine perforators, which resolved on treatment with relief of the patient’s “locked in” stroke symptoms. Images revealed acute lacunar infarct on the left side within the posterior lateral thalamus together with a 2 mm focus within the left posterior centrum semi ovale white matter no mass lesions and no midline shift. Anatomical variations revealed both anterior cerebral arteries take origin from the left a1 segment, and the right a1 segment is atretic. March 25, 2010 – second stroke – right brain slurred speech beginning yesterday afternoon with left facial droop and left sided weakness. Images show acute infarct involving the right anterolateral thalamus, posterior limb of the right internal capsule and globus pallidus with subsequent left sided weakness. History before these strokes includes uncontrolled hypertension, asthma, diabetes, coronary artery disease, chf, valve replacements, sleep apnea and coronary bypass graft. Ekg shows right bundle branch block and left anterior fascicular block. No stroke specific treatment was provided due to the passage of time before admission. June 22, 2010 – icd implantation june 30, 2010 – first follow up visit follow up of icd, not pacemaker dependent. Nursing note includes chief complaint, risk factors for cad, review of symptoms, past history, past cv history [see above], allergies, medications, vital signs, neurological/psychological work up and plan. No complaints at this time. July 13, 2010 – urgent visit this patient was sent to a different office of the midwest heart specialists due to his regular heart doctor’s office not having a nurse trained in icd interrogation in attendance on tuesdays. His wife was with him, and she observed increasing weakness on his right side during the time between arriving at the office and leaving there about half an hour later. Patient complained the device was shocking him, which the nurse recorded in her two line note as “c/o lv stim.” the nurse attempted to adjust the icd settings but ultimately returned them to their pre-visit settings. The interrogation printout shows an episode of pmt occurring same day at 1:44 p.M. And an earlier one at 4:02 p.M. On 7/6, but the nurse denies that this was “real pmt.” she took no history, relying instead on the earlier 6/30 chart entry, which only included a notation of “cva” to indicate the two prior strokes. She performed no physical exam and no neurological signs were checked. No vitals were taken by her. Patient’s right leg was so impaired he could barely walk out of the office, even with his wife’s assistance, when this busy nurse sent him home. This visit was at a medical office building attached to a hospital. There were physicians in the office where the patient saw the nurse who could have seen him had the nurse requested it. The hospital had all necessary facilities for brain imaging with and without contrast, to find and identify a brain bleed if there was one, but no images were taken, the patient and his wife were sent home by the nurse. July 17-19, 2010 – death from massive brain bleed during the evening, the patient collapsed at home in his kitchen, and was rushed to the hospital er by ambulance where imaging studies showed an intraparanchymal hemorrhage centered within the left superior thalamus extending superiorly into the periventricular white matter and then extending into the left ventricle, with a small amount of blood crossing into the right ventricle. The bleed was so large by this time that the point or points of origin could not be identified. Dnr orders were given and comfort care was provided. By 7:28 the morning of july 18, the bleed had enlarged from 2.5x2.9 cm to 3.9x5.9cm. The patient died july 19 at 4:50 a.M.

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    Katherine |Registered Nurse

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Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner (old)

Our client wants to speak with a nurse practitioner who personally injects patients with botulinum toxins (i.E. Botox, dysport, xeomin) for aesthetic purposes. They are interested in speaking to a nurse in the u.S. Who is a “super injector” and familiar with general aesthetic trends. They would like to learn about future trends in the toxins space. This is a paid 60-minute phone interview, and the honorarium is set at $150. To show your relevance in this space, please answer the questions below and briefly discuss your insights: are you a nurse practitioner working in a dermatology or plastic surgery office in the u.S.? how long have you been in practice since you finished your education, residency, or fellowship training? *please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information. **referrals are highly appreciated

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    Larry Lawrence |Dermatologist

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Gi Medical Device Customer Service

As a leading company in the gi medical device industry, we are currently seeking a part-time customer service leader, rn to join our team and provide product and technical support. This is a fantastic opportunity with great growth prospects. This position will primarily be a phone-based role with occasional travel to the customer sites (u.S. Only). Essential functions: 1. 1st response to all incoming calls through our customer service line. 2. Analyze product issues / problems and provide customers with email and phone instructions to promptly resolve them. 3. Ensure we are meeting customer needs and exceeding their expectations on customer service. Other functions: 1. Maintain daily ticket log which contains pertinent information regarding product & cases. 2. Interface with and contribute ideas to the team, to offer customer perspective. 3. Contact sales representatives when information is needed to process tickets and provide information to sales reps as they call in regard to tickets sent in. 4. Report open tickets weekly & process credit memos. 5. Attend and participate in sales meetings, training programs, conventions, and trade shows as directed. 6. Other tasks and projects as assigned. We will provide training on all areas of the company’s products to ensure success in this role. Requirements: 1. Current registered nurse, preferably in state of michigan 2. Minimum of two years’ experience in gi procedures 3. Ability to use critical thinking and to make decisions with confidence 4. Strong customer service skills and ability to build relationship with people easily. 5. Capable of working independently and identifying critical tasks with urgency location: some (or all) of the work be conducted at our premises (ann arbor area - can be remote)

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    Sandra |Principal

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Licensed Practical Nurse Lpn

We are working on a case and are looking for an lpn and/or an rn as an expert witness. A 43-year-old lt nursing home patient was found unresponsive by ems with two pills lodged in the back of his throat. He subsequently died of aspiration pneumonia and sepsis at the prince william medical center, two days later. A trial date has been set for us of june 25-27, 2018, and i was wondering if you would be able/willing to provide someone to serve as one of our expert witnesses? Or alternatively, if you don’t have someone, i’d like to talk and see if you have any recommendations for an expert witness? Our initial expert designation would be due march 25. With warm regards, ~ laura

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    Susan |Executive VP

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    Cindy |Director of Risk Management and Corporat

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    Robin |Senior Clinical Consultant

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Certified Nursing Assistant

I need an individual who had the following credentials in 2009: 1. Certified nursing assistant in 2009 2. Provided direct care, in 2009, to young adults/children suffering from mental retardation/disabilities

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    Deborah |Owner, Director

    I am a registered nurse that provided direct care in 2009 to young adults/children suffering from me...

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    Tracy |RN

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    Geneviève |President & CEO

    Happy to help, you can find my column (From the Floor) which is published monthly in Working Nurse M...

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