Your Guide to Legal Nurse Consulting
The easiest way to get started as an LNC is learning the skills and tools necessary to practice legal nurse consulting. Have questions on legal nurse consulting or AALNC resources? Read below for helpful information you can reference any time!
What kind of educational resources are best suited for someone beginning their LNC career?
AALNC offers a variety of resources for someone starting out as an LNC. Consider utilizing the following tools to begin your LNC career:
- The Legal Nurse Consulting: Principles & Practice Textbook offers an in-depth analysis of the LNC field and serves as a comprehensive and authoritative resource for any LNC.
- The AALNC Legal Nurse Consulting Professional Course is a go-to resource for modules that cover all topics in legal nurse consulting.
- The Principles & Practices Clinical Specialty Series includes seven e-books, covering the clinical practice areas of Ambulatory Care, Assisted Living, Interventional Radiology, Opioids, Pediatric Case Evaluation, Emergency Department Care and Issues in Residential Care for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities.
- The Growing Your Practice: Online Resources, Sample Reports, & Tools for the LNC provides resources and tools necessary to start your practice.
- Access on-demand webinars, such as “Pleadings, Discovery, and Trial: How Cases are Prepared for Trial from Day One,” “Round Table Webinar: Report Writing” and “Business Series: Starting an LNC Practice: Personal and Professional Readiness” to help begin your legal nurse consulting career.
- Access the AALNC Online Store to find the educational materials that best fit your needs and interests.
Why should I hire an LNC?
Attorneys hire LNCs for a multitude of reasons, including the LNC’s experience, resourcefulness and knowledge. LNCs offer attorneys their extensive knowledge of healthcare standards to identify the strengths and weaknesses of cases. Learn more about why you should hire an LNC here.
What should I look for when hiring a LNC?
Before hiring an LNC, you should consider their experience, education, professionalism and involvement with the LNC community. To learn more about hiring an LNC, click here.
Learn more about legal nurse consulting and get your questions answered by visiting the AALNC FAQ page.