by sirI - Those who have a doctorate (JD) and passed the Bar, I suggest you enter an RN program immediately. No need to start at ADN and can by-pass the BSN. Go straight... Read More →
by sirI - You are already a Professional Registered Nurse (RN). You have been educated, received a degree and have experience working in many areas of nursing. Securing a... Read More →
by sirI - I preface this lengthy Article to show that the RN needs no formal education to practice as a Legal Nurse Consultant (LNC) ..... they need RN experience and the ... Read More →
by sirI - Realistically what type of person/personality does it take to be an LNC?
One must be dedicated and persistent. Possess the ability to interpret accurately, the... Read More →
by sirI - Diligent and professional marketing to the attorney-client is crucial to the success of the Legal Nurse Consultant (LNC). Many nurses are lacking in this area. ... Read More →
by sirI - Before you read this new Article part II, please read the first one that introduces the RN to the world of being a Legal Nurse Consultant. It briefly goes over a... Read More →
by sirI - Most Legal Nurse Consultants (LNCs) work as independents along with Attorneys as they glean through reams and reams of paper work to attempt to find the... Read More →
by sirI - Registered Nurses (RNs), especially those with years of experience, are some of the most successful Legal Nurse Consultants (LNCs). Those who have experience in... Read More →
by sirI - Vulnerable areas of nursing include anesthesia and midwifery. RNs in OB (L and D), those working solely in monitoring capacities (fetal heart, telemetry, etc.), and... Read More →
by sirI - Many LNC's are inquiring, "Should I purchase the coverage?"
In many cases nurses have been advised, for whatever the reason being, not to receive liability... Read More →