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Nurses who wish to pursue a career in the legal and the medical malpractice area usually become Legal Nurse Consultants. As a legal nurse consultant, the nurse can become a legal expert in the areas of health care and nursing law hence becoming a greater asset to one’s institution by assisting in risk management assessments. A legal nurse can also advertise one’s skills beyond the bedside and begin their own consulting business. Legal nurses consult to law firms, and insurance companies. AIHCP offers core courses in Legal Nurse Consulting that help prepare registered nurses to enter into this field and
By: Sylvia Bradford Whenever some medical-related litigation cases occur, it is often the job of the legal nurse consultant to work hand in hand with attorneys to be able to review and evaluate the case. They usually deal with medical and nursing malpractice, personal injuries or almost any medically-related case which calls for a sufficient medical knowledge from the field. But before anything else, perhaps you might be wondering what these legal nurse consultants are and what they tend to do for a living. To provide insight into their practice, let us take some time to understand this practice specialty.
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