The nurse is conducting a lecture to a group of volunteer nurses. The nurse is correct in imparting the idea that the Good Samaritan law protects the nurse from a suit for malpractice when: The nurse stops to render emergency aid and leaves before the ambulance arrives.The nurse acts in an emergency at his or her place of employment.The nurse refuses to stop for an emergency outside of the scope of employment. The nurse is grossly negligent at the scene of an emergency. Explanation. The Good Samaritan Law does not impose a duty to stop at the scene of an emergency outside of the scope of employment, therefore nurses who do not stop are not liable for suit.