Legal Nurse Consultant Certificate Program Online
Legal nurse consultants bridge the gap between medicine and the judicial system, analyzing important medical information in solving cases. They help interpret and translate the subtleties involved in medical evidence and can play a huge role in case outcomes. At the completion of the course, you will receive 33 nursing continuing education contact hours that may be used toward state RN licensing renewal.
This eight-week course will introduce the participant to the basic concepts of Legal Nurse Consulting, including terminology common to litigation, the role the nurse consultant might perform in a variety of settings, report writing and documentation, participation in trials and hearings, and performing legal research.
Additional discussion will focus on the basic information useful for starting a practice as an independent consultant or working for an established business.
Participants will secure an interview with a legal professional (LNC, attorney, risk manager, adjuster, etc.) and prepare a 10-minute summary presentation via web conference to the class and instructor.
Participants will also research a legal issue using the guidelines provided and present the issue and facts by PowerPoint presentation posted to the course site.
Legal Nurse Consultant Certified (LNCC) exam is a discretionary test separate from this course that experienced registered nurses graduating from this class may decide to sit for. LNCC test eligibility requirements are discussed during this training course; however, RNs graduating from this course need not take the LNCC in order to practice as legal nurse consultants.
- In-house nurse consultant in a law firm
- In-house nurse consultant with an insurance company
- Independent practice as a LNC
- Life Care Planner
- Medical Analyst
- Medical investigator in public service
This program is open to Registered Nurses who have completed at least 3 years of clinical nursing experience. Prospective students must complete an application form and submit it along with a copy of RN license and proof of three years of clinical nursing experience
- Complete application form.
- Include a copy of your RN license.
- Include proof of three years of clinical nursing experience by submitting a letter from your present or previous employer.
$795, 33 Nursing Continuing Education Contact Hours
Oct 8 – Nov 30
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