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Edith Brous, Esq.,PC
118 East 28th Street, Room 404
New York, NY 10016
Phone: (212) 989-5469
Fax: (646) 349-5355

Bar Admissions:
States: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
New York Federal Courts: Eastern and Southern Districts
United States Supreme Court

Publications

Edie Brous Publications:

Invited Author - Journal of Radiology Nursing
December, 2017 Volume 36, Issue 4, Pages 236-237
Professional Liability Insurance: What All Nurses Should Know
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Author - American Journal of Nursing
September, 2017, Vol. 117, Issue 9, pp. 50-54
Lessons Learned from Litigation: Improper Use of Social Media and Licensure Discipline
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Author - The Massachusetts Nurse
July/August 2017m Vol. 87, No. 2, p. 12
Homophobia is a Public Health Issue
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Invited Author - The Nurse Practitioner
March, 2017, Vol. 42, Issue 3, pp. 8-11
Depositions: What NPs Need to Know
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Invited Author - The Journal for Nurse Practitioners
February, 2017, Vol. 13, Issue 2, pp. 118-122
Reciprocal Enforcement and Other Collateral Issues with Licensure Discipline
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Author - The Massachusetts Nurse
December, 2016, Vol. 86, No. 5, p.8
Patient Satisfaction Madness

Invited Author - Focus on Malpractice Prevention for Counselors
December, 2016, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 1-11
Protecting Your Counselor License
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Author - American Journal of Nursing
September, 2016
Legal Considerations in Telehealth/Telemedicine
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Author – American Journal of Nursing
February 2016
Lessons Learned From Litigation: Discrimination Against Nurses 116 (2): 60-63
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Invited Contributor – Nurses Legal Handbook, 6th Edition,
Kathy G. Ferrell, Wolters Kluwer 2016
Ethics in Nursing Practice

Author –American Journal of Nursing
November 2015
Lessons Learned From Litigation: Skin Care and the Expert Witness 115 (11): 64-66
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Invited Contributor - Policy & Politics in Nursing and Health Care, 7th Edition
Diana Mason et al., Elsevier Saunders, 2016
Nursing Licensure and Regulation

Author – American Journal of Nursing
November 2014
Lessons Learned from Litigation: The Nurses Duty to Protect 114 (11):68-70
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Author – American Journal of Nursing
July 2014
Lessons Learned from Litigation: Maintaining Professional Boundaries 114( 7): 60-63
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Author – American Journal of Nursing
May 2014
Lessons Learned from Litigation: The Case of Bernard Travaglini
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Author – American Nurse Today
May 2013 Vol. 8 No. 5
How To Avoid The Pitfalls Of Social Media
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Author – American Journal of Nursing
February, 2014
The Case of Eric Decker: Lessons Learned from Litigation 114 (2): 55-57
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Author - American Nurse Today
May 2013 Vol. 8 No. 5
How To Avoid The Pitfalls Of Social Media
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Author – American Journal of Nursing
3 part series, October, November, and December 2012:
Common Misconceptions about Professional Licensure 112(10):55-59
Professional Licensure: Investigation and Disciplinary Action 112(11):53-60)
Professional Licensure Protection Strategies 112(12):43-47

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Invited Contributor – Policy & Politics in Nursing and Health Care, 6th Edition,
Diana Mason, Judith K. Leavitt, Mary W. Chaffee, Elsevier Saunders, 2012
Nursing Licensure and Regulation

Invited Contributor – Law for Nurse Leaders: A Comprehensive Reference,
Paula DiMeo Grant, Diana C. Ballard, Springer Publishing Company, 2011
The Nurse and Documentation – with Donna Marie Boulay and Valerie Burger
Patients Rights and Ethical Considerations
Ask the Nurse Attorney

Co-author with Diane Kjervik – Law and Ethics for Advanced Practice Nurses
Springer Publishing Company
May, 2010
> >News Interview with Nurse Attorney Edith Brous

Invited Contributor – When Chicken Soup Isn’t Enough: Stories of Nurses Standing up for Themselves, Their Patients, and Their Profession
Edited by Suzanne Gordon, Cornell University Press, 2010
Broken Bones and Ice Cream
Winning Recognition of Nursing Expertise

Invited Author – Nurses First
Legal Basics for Professional Nursing Practice: Legal Issues with Nurse Fatigue
Nov/Dec 2009, Volume 2, Issue 6

Invited Author – American Journal of Nursing
Legal Sidebar – Implications of Criminal Background Checks
March 2009, Volume 109, Issue 3
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Invited Author - RN Magazine
Documentation Essentials for Reducing Liability Exposure
February 1, 2009, Volume 2, Issue 72 with Podcast

Contributing Author – Our Image, Our Choice: Perspectives on Shaping, Empowering, and Elevating the Nursing Profession
HCPro, 2008
Chapter 10 - From Voice to Action: How Nurses are Changing our Image

Invited Author – Journal of Nursing Law
2008, Vol. 12, Issue 1
The Criminalization of Error and Cultures of Safety

Invited Chapter Contributor – Sheehy’s Emergency Nursing: Principles and Practice,
6th Edition

Mosby, 2010
Legal and Regulatory Constructs

Author – American Journal of Nursing
January Supplement, 2008
Job Interviews – Legal Dos and Don’ts

Author – Nursing 2008 Career Guide
Legal Jobs for Nurses

Author – American Journal of Nursing
May, 2008, Vol. 108, Number 5
Malpractice Insurance and Licensure Protection

Author – American Journal of Nursing
February, 2008, Vol. 108, Number 2
Legal Sidebar – Mandatory Vaccinations

Author – American Journal of Nursing
August 2007, Vol. 107, Number 8
Law Enforcement vs. HIPAA – Protecting Patient Privacy During Police Interviews

Invited Author – Journal of Emergency Nursing
December 2005, Vol. 31, Issue 6
A Patient with an Undetected Evolving Stroke, Legal Lessons Learned

Invited Author – ENA Connection - The Official Newsletter of The Emergency Nurses Association
September 2005, Vol. 29, Issue 7
Emergency Department Overcrowding

Invited Author – Journal of Nursing Law
Spring 2005, Vol. 10 Issue 1
Nationwide Class Action Lawsuit – Phen/Fen and Pulmonary Hypertension

Invited Author – Advance for Nursing
February 2005, Vol. 35, No. 2, p.20
On the Road Again
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Invited Author – ENA Connection – The Official Newsletter of The Emergency Nurses Association
September, 2004, Vol. 28, Issue 7
The Nursing Shortage as a Public Health Crisis

Invited Author – Nursing 2004
August 9, 2004
Patients Rights and Responsibilities

Invited Author – Journal of Emergency Nursing
June, 2004, Vol. 30, Num. 3
LPNs and Fast-Track Staffing

Invited Author – Nursing 2004, Travel Supplement
Tales of a Traveling Nurse

Author – Nursing 2004
June, 2004
7 Tips to Avoiding Malpractice Claims

Author – Health Lawyers Weekly, April 18, 2003
Reactions: Legislative Impact on the Nursing Shortage

Author – Advance for Nurses, July 8, 2002
Question and Answer, Secrecy over Safety: An Ailing Nurse Puts Her Care Provider in a Tough Situation

Author - RN, May, 2002 Accepted for Continuing Education Contact Hours
Legally Speaking: How to Handle That Staffing Predicament

Author – Advance for Nurses
February 2, 2004, Vol. 6, Issue 3
Discharge Liability

Author – New York City Regional EMS Council Health News
Volume 1, Number 2, Winter, 1997
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning




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Other
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Practice Areas
  • Nursing Malpractice Litigation
  • Nursing Licensure
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Public Education
  • Pro Bono
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    Room 404
    New York, NY 10016
    Phone: (212) 989-5469
    Fax: (646) 349-5355
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