Part 1: Critical Analysis of the Law
Read the William Beaumont Hospital and Jeri Antilla case number 07-CA-093885, before the National Labor Relations Board. https://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/events/labor_law/2017/11/conference/papers/William%20Beaumont%20Hospital%20363%20NLRB%20No162.authcheckdam.pdf
1.Evaluate the decision of the Beaumont case in regards to terminating Antilla and Brandt. Do you agree or disagree? Why?
2. Evaluate the decision made in the Beaumont case regarding whether they violated Section 8(a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act. Do you agree or disagree? Why?
3. What is your recommendation of how the hospital should have handled the situation that gave rise to the decision? What would you do if you were the supervisor?
Part 2: Strategic Application of the Law
You are the Vice President of Nursing at Good Care Medical Center, a large hospital located in New Jersey. The CEO has formed a committee of various clinicians to consider whether the hospital should expand nursing services to include multiple Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs). You are tasked with briefing the committee that advocates for the expansion effort.
- Explain the scope or practice rules for APRNs in New Jersey.Give an example of another state or provider that has successfully expanded APRN services.
- Make a recommendation to the committee on whether to expand based on legal information and other data about APRN. Support your recommendations with reasons.
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