Author Archives: Patty Mitchell

Human Trafficking: The Hidden Epidemic

This article by Patty Mitchell appeared in the July 2019 edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. The 13th amendment to the constitution abolished slavery in 1865, however Human Trafficking is an epidemic of modern-day slavery. Despite legislation against it, there … Continue reading

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A New Cyberthreat – Medical Device Hacking

This article by Patty Mitchell appeared in the May 2019 edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. Medical technology has come a long way in recent years, with advent of devices meant to improve patient safety and facilitate provision of care … Continue reading

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Biomarkers: The Key To Diagnosis?

This article by Patty Mitchell appeared in the February 2019 edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when a blow, or jolt to the head causes injury to the brain with mild TBI (mTBI) found in … Continue reading

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Interview with Patricia MitchellRN, BSN, CLNC: From the Hospital to the Legal Arena

Attorney at Law Magazine First Coast publisher Thomas Brady sat down with columnist Patricia Mitchell, RN, BSN, CLNC to discuss her life and career. Click here to read the full story at Attorney at Law Magazine. AALM: Tell us what first … Continue reading

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Legal Nurse Consultants: Who, What, and Why

This article by Patty Mitchell appeared in the January 2019 edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. Who: Legal Nurse Consulting has been around for close to 30 years, yet there are many attorney’s that do not know the profession exists, … Continue reading

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