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DQ1:Twenty-nine state legislators have implemented “apology legislation.” Under most of these laws, providers’ apologetic expressions of sympathy cannot be used against them in court. The implementation of this legislation has been part of a movement to dismantle what has historically been a deny-and-defend culture in medical care. How could apology legislation prevent or reduce malpractice claims?
DQ2:What public policies affect nurse practitioners and how might NPs become involved in the legislation behind them?