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CASE STUDY II 20 Schoendorff v. Society of New York Hospital, 105 N.E. 92, 93 (N.Y. 1914) Standards of Care and the "Reasonable Person". (2015). Retrieved October 6, 2015, from FindLaw: - person.html Taylor, K. (2014). Are you suitably protected? Practice Nurse , 44 (8), 10-12 3p. The Joint Commission. (n.d). Standards. Retrieved from . Thornton, R. (2010). Responsibility for the acts of others. Medicolegal Issues , 23(3) . Waldman, D. (2014). The health of healthcare, Part IV: standing before the court. The Journal Of Medical Practice Management: MPM, 29(5), 320-322. Westfall, F. B. (2009). How to develop an effective cross-examination of an opposing medical expert in a medical negligence case. United States Attorneys Bulletin , 21 (1), 1-29. Westrick, S. J. (2014). Essentials of nursing law and ethics (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett.
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