do I need rn insurance

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I work only pt should I get some kind of liability ins

elkpark

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There are a bunch of existing threads here about professional . Lots of good information there. If something goes pear-shaped at work, whether you full or part-time will have no relevance. You are fully responsible for your professional practice when you are at work, regardless of how often or infrequently that may be.

Best wishes!

Specializes in Adult Nurse Practitioner. Has 40 years experience.

Today more than ever, as a "professional" nurse, the RN can be sued independently. I would strongly recommend it to any nurse. Our employers don't "have our backs" anymore...everything comes down to the bottom dollar.