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Legal Issues Confronting Today's Nursing Faculty [electronic resource] : A Case Study Approach

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780803624894Series: DavisPlusPublication details: Philadelphia : F. A. Davis Company, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9780803629981
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Legal Issues Confronting Today's Nursing Faculty : A Case Study ApproachDDC classification:
  • 610.73
LOC classification:
  • KF2915.N8
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Contents:
Copyright; Dedication; Preface; About the Authors; Contributors; Reviewers; Notes from the Authors; Acknowledgments; List of Tables; List of Figures; Table of Contents; Author's Disclaimer; Section One: The Legal Process: A Primer; Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Legal Process: A Primer; The Origin of Rights; Deciding Who's Right; Ombudsman; Mediation; Administrative Hearings; Arbitrations; Trials; Parties; Pleadings; Discovery; Motions Practice and Pretrial Proceedings; Trials; Post-trial Proceedings and Appeals
Case Study: A Student Claims the Academic Freedom to Deny Her Professor Coauthorship on Class Paper Submitted for Publication
Case Study: A Student Files a Complaint With the University OmbudsmanStudent Use of a University Ombudsman: Legal Principles and Review of the Literature; IOA Code of Ethics; Discussion of Case; Findings and Disposition; Relevant Legal Case; Summary; References; Chapter 6: The Role of the Ombudsman for the Faculty; Case Study: A Faculty Member Files a Complaint Withthe University Ombudsman1; Faculty Use of a University Ombudsman: Legal Principles and Review of the Literature; Discussion of Case; Findings and Disposition; Relevant Legal Case; Summary; References
Chapter 2: Legal Issues Commonly Encountered by Faculty and Academic AdministratorsBreach of Contract; Express Theory; Implied Theory; Discrimination, Harassment, or Retaliation Claims; Race and National Origin; Sex or Gender; Disability Discrimination and Reasonable Accommodations; Religious Discrimination and Accommodations; Age Discrimination; Retaliation Claims; Sarbanes-Oxley Protections; Judicial Deference to Academic Decisions; Distinction Between Academic and Disciplinary Matters; The University-Faculty Relationship; Academic Freedom Issues; Tort Claims; Negligence
Chapter 7: Due Process Issues for the StudentCase Study: Due Process for Students; Due Process: Legal Principles and Review of the Literature; Discussion of Case; Findings and Disposition; Relevant Legal Cases; Summary; References; Chapter 8: Due Process Issues for the Faculty; Case Study: Due Process for Faculty; Due Process for Faculty: Legal Principles and Review of the Literature; Discussion of Case; Findings and Disposition; Relevant Legal Case; Summary; Chapter 9: Academic Freedom Issues for the Student
Medical MalpracticeDefamation; Educational Malpractice; Summary; Chapter 3: How to Read a Judicial Decision; Caption; Court; Key Numbers; Summary and Holding; The Court's Opinion; Reporters and Citations; Chapter 4: The Role of the University Attorney: When the Academic Nursing Administrator Comes Calling; When to Call; The Rules of Engagement; University Counsel as Advisor; University Counsel as Mediator; University Counsel as Advocate; University Counsel and You; Section Two: Legal Cases With Nursing Students and Nursing Faculty; Chapter 5: The Role of the Ombudsman for the Student
Summary: The perfect resource for learning how to manage the vast array of legal issues that arise in nursing education and clinical environments!
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Copyright; Dedication; Preface; About the Authors; Contributors; Reviewers; Notes from the Authors; Acknowledgments; List of Tables; List of Figures; Table of Contents; Author's Disclaimer; Section One: The Legal Process: A Primer; Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Legal Process: A Primer; The Origin of Rights; Deciding Who's Right; Ombudsman; Mediation; Administrative Hearings; Arbitrations; Trials; Parties; Pleadings; Discovery; Motions Practice and Pretrial Proceedings; Trials; Post-trial Proceedings and Appeals

Case Study: A Student Claims the Academic Freedom to Deny Her Professor Coauthorship on Class Paper Submitted for Publication

Case Study: A Student Files a Complaint With the University OmbudsmanStudent Use of a University Ombudsman: Legal Principles and Review of the Literature; IOA Code of Ethics; Discussion of Case; Findings and Disposition; Relevant Legal Case; Summary; References; Chapter 6: The Role of the Ombudsman for the Faculty; Case Study: A Faculty Member Files a Complaint Withthe University Ombudsman1; Faculty Use of a University Ombudsman: Legal Principles and Review of the Literature; Discussion of Case; Findings and Disposition; Relevant Legal Case; Summary; References

Chapter 2: Legal Issues Commonly Encountered by Faculty and Academic AdministratorsBreach of Contract; Express Theory; Implied Theory; Discrimination, Harassment, or Retaliation Claims; Race and National Origin; Sex or Gender; Disability Discrimination and Reasonable Accommodations; Religious Discrimination and Accommodations; Age Discrimination; Retaliation Claims; Sarbanes-Oxley Protections; Judicial Deference to Academic Decisions; Distinction Between Academic and Disciplinary Matters; The University-Faculty Relationship; Academic Freedom Issues; Tort Claims; Negligence

Chapter 7: Due Process Issues for the StudentCase Study: Due Process for Students; Due Process: Legal Principles and Review of the Literature; Discussion of Case; Findings and Disposition; Relevant Legal Cases; Summary; References; Chapter 8: Due Process Issues for the Faculty; Case Study: Due Process for Faculty; Due Process for Faculty: Legal Principles and Review of the Literature; Discussion of Case; Findings and Disposition; Relevant Legal Case; Summary; Chapter 9: Academic Freedom Issues for the Student

Medical MalpracticeDefamation; Educational Malpractice; Summary; Chapter 3: How to Read a Judicial Decision; Caption; Court; Key Numbers; Summary and Holding; The Court's Opinion; Reporters and Citations; Chapter 4: The Role of the University Attorney: When the Academic Nursing Administrator Comes Calling; When to Call; The Rules of Engagement; University Counsel as Advisor; University Counsel as Mediator; University Counsel as Advocate; University Counsel and You; Section Two: Legal Cases With Nursing Students and Nursing Faculty; Chapter 5: The Role of the Ombudsman for the Student

The perfect resource for learning how to manage the vast array of legal issues that arise in nursing education and clinical environments!