I used to work full time on the mother-baby unit/newborn nursery & after a short while, it became SOOOOOOOOOOO routine & boring
(no offense to all the passionate mbu/nbn nurses! just my opinion!). I recently accepted a position full time in the ER (my first real true passion), which will therefore make me part time on the mbu/nbn. Now, since I'm going to be working with acute critical patients, there will obviously be more at stake, (i.e. higher change for litigation).
I was looking on nso.com & was wondering if anyone has this insurance, & if it's a good idea to get it. I mean, honestly? $98 per year sounds too good to be true, so I'm thinking, what's the catch?
Also, has anyone had this insurance & been sued or had to appear at a deposition? & how was it? (Sorry for my million & one questions!)
Thank you all so much!
Rita, RN, BSN