Weighing the Evidence in Your Favor

Ashley, Ruthe C.
February 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2005, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p60
Academic Journal
Offers observation on the principle of weighing the evidence in favor of the party who can support oral testimony. Result of a lack of documentation on a specific task or behavior; Information on the nurse's best witnesses; Important categories of the witnesses.


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