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What does LNC stand for?

LNC stands for Legal Nurse Consultant

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Milazzo, RN, MSN, JD, the pioneer of legal nurse consulting, this 280-page paperback offers an inside look at the dramatic journey to freedom and financial independence achieved by RNs who have created new careers for themselves as Certified Legal Nurse Consultants [CM].
My master's degree is in Gerontology, Clinical Nurse Specialist My present position: Legal Nurse Consultant for a law firm.
Some of the roles forensic nurses fulfill within the specialty include: Forensic Nurse Investigator, Forensic Nurse Examiner, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, Forensic Psychiatric Nurse, Forensic Correctional, Institutional, or Custodial Nurse, Legal Nurse Consultant and Nurse Coroner (Lynch in Hammer et al, 2006).
Date Location Title CE Ongoing Online Skin Cancer Education CME for Primary Care March 10 Four Point Sheraton American Association of ANCC at BWI Airport Legal Nurse Consultants Accredited March 26 American College Quality and Safety for ANCC & 28 of OB & GYN Leader's in Women's Accredited Washington DC Health Care Date Provider Contact Ongoing Maryland Skin Cancer Prevention 410-539-0872X340 Program March 10 American Association of Legal Nurse 410-244-7824 Consultants Greater Baltimore www.
My chapter highlights three primary elements of legal nurse consulting: * Types of Cases Legal Nurse Consultants Consult On * The Legal Nurse Consultants' Impact on the Legal System * Legal Nurse Consulting Certification and Career Options Now more and more nurses are learning about legal nurse consulting and the secure future it can provide them and their families.
Forensic nurses are employed as death investigators, abuse investigators, domestic violence intervention specialists, risk managers, legal nurse consultants, violence prevention specialists and expert witnesses.