I would love just a basic outline. I've already done some research and haven't come up with a concrete way of going about doing this. I know that you don't have to be certified to start in the field and I also know that there are programs that will train nurses in this specialty. I guess what I'm asking is after say you complete a program how do you go to approach an attorney or law firm for work?
If you enroll in a program, the program will discuss marketing to attorneys and law firms. Also, there are LNC-based businesses that specialize in helping new LNCs market their services (for a fee, of course). Best of luck in your new endeavors!
That is one of the key skills you should learn when you take a Legal Nurse Consulting course. I took the LNC Stat course. They show you exactly what to do. I have done very well with it. Their site is Legal Nurse Consultant Certification by the LNC STAT Program
Please how long does this program last
Is it steady work? I am looking into other avenues in nursing due to burnout.