Certified Legal Nurse Investigator

  1. I just ran across an ad for this from the LNI Institute http://www.lniinstitute.com/index.htm. I was just wondering if anyone has ever heard of it. Seems like an interesting field, something like a CLNC. Thanks in advance.
    Last edit by LadyT618 on Nov 11, '06
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  3. by   blueyesue
    The thread has ")" in it , so it doesn't work.

    http://www.lniinstitute.com/index.htm

    To add: Wow, they make over $100/hr! I wonder if it is legit?
    Last edit by blueyesue on Nov 11, '06
  4. by   LadyT618
    thanks.....fixed it! Well, CLNCs make about the same and they seem legit, but this seems more appealing to me.
  5. by   vina2550
    I too think this is a very interesting field and want to know if it's legit. I know you have to be an RN to qualify, which I am far from, but when I am one, I will look into this. If anyone is a CLNI please give us more details. Thanks!
  6. by   Batman24
    After I finish NS this is something that would definitely interest me.
  7. by   EmmaG
    http://www.medleague.com/whatsnew/pr...rse_invest.htm

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif] Patricia Iyer received training from LNI Institute in Tampa, Florida, which has trained under 15 nurses world-wide.
    Ok, that just strikes me as funny
  8. by   LadyT618
    Oh my goodness, I found that same site last night and found it a little peculiar myself. Made me think twice.
  9. by   SilverRain
    Quote from Emmanuel Goldstein
    You are right. It does sound funny. It's not like they trained thousands of nurses and just rounded it up to the closest thousand. Sound like they trained 14.7 nurses.
  10. by   EmmaG
    Quote from SilverRain
    You are right. It does sound funny. It's not like they trained thousands of nurses and just rounded it up to the closest thousand. Sound like they trained 14.7 nurses.
    World-wide, no less
  11. by   KLKRN
    Hmmm. She's the author of the textbook for the AALNC online course.

    Did she personally train 14 nurses, or was she trained by (under) 15 nurses worldwide?

    Ahhh, semantics; dontcha luv it.
    Last edit by KLKRN on Feb 25, '08

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