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Gaye Ragland is an assistant professor in the School of Nursing, where she has taught since 1998. She has taught in various undergraduate, RN-BSN and graduate courses. She is certified in gerontology, and has her master’s degree in nursing management. She authored the book, “Instant Teaching Treasures for Patient Education” (Mosby, 1998); co-authored a chapter in “Rx’s for Patient Teaching” by Karen Martin; and has written other publications.
She is a legal nurse consultant and has rendered expert opinion, deposition and/or trial testimony in more than 100 cases. She is a popular consultant and conference speaker at the national, state and local levels on issues including legal aspects of documentation, nursing management/leadership topics and motivation for nurses.
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