nurse to attorney
- 0Sep 12, '05 by ETKRNI am seeking advice on law school. I am needing some guidance on schools and types of health law.
- 0Sep 13, '05 by twin#2Quote from ETKRNI am seeking advice on law school. I am needing some guidance on schools and types of health law.
This what my tenative plan is; I have a friend who is an Atty who, as he knows my passion for animal welfare, is going to introduce me to his Atty friend who specializes in this field; I was born & raised in California so there are probably more Attys here; As far as dealing c law r/t healthcare I'm sure there are a zillion areas. My father was 30 yr LAPD then, upon retirement, he worked for the Los Angeles public defenders office, we talked law frequently
but that was all criminal law.
In health matters I would imagine one could work as defense or prosecution w/ malpractice in any area (i.e. public healthcare, immigrant access, parmaceutical safety etc..) Since my ideal is animal welfare I'm just tossing out ideas. California isn't the largest state but it is the most populous so this is where i'm guessing from. Di
- 0Sep 13, '05 by txspadequeenRN, BSN, RNThis is my path as well . I want to work to advise and help nurses who find themselves in trouble with the BON or lawsuits.... I also want to travel and give legal seminars for nurses to improve practice and reduce lawsuits. I am all about helping out nurses and giving them at least some freedom from the worries of the legal system.Last edit by txspadequeenRN on Sep 13, '05
- 0Sep 13, '05 by sirI, MSN, APRN, NP AdminQuote from ETKRNHello, ETKRN,I am seeking advice on law school. I am needing some guidance on schools and types of health law.
I am sorry, but, I have no Law School suggestions.
I am a medical legal consultant and work with attorney clients everyday. If you are interested in this as well, you have several options as a legal nurse consultant.