Legal Briefs, AANA Journal, April 1995

  • Published 2008


To function as a CRNA requires education, skills, and knowledge that most people do not have. Because courts, lawyers, and the public cannot understand what CRNAs do, the law puts them in the category of professionals. Professionals set their own standard of care. When courts need to know what the standard of care is, they get expert testimony. Testimony on… (More)


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