Attention LNCs:

You’ve seen the victims of violence – the woman with bruises or lacerations or broken bones who mutters about walking into a door, or falling down stairs. You know that these stories don’t ring true.

One of four women in the U.S. and one in seven men have experienced severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime.

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Attorneys who handle these cases are stymied by

  • •Medical injuries
  • •Medical records
  • •Medical evidence

You know medical records; the attorneys have medical cases – how can you assist in these cases?

Join us for a masterclass, Intimate Partner Violence: How LNCs Help Attorneys with Abuse Cases

Teresa Devitt Lynch and I have the answers for how you can most effectively help criminal defense attorneys and prosecutors. As a forensic nurse, Teresa developed deep expertise in how to share her knowledge of intimate partner violence to help attorneys.

In this free masterclass, you’ll gain concrete tips about

The scope of intimate partner violence cases
Why abuse is increasing
Why so many abusers get away with this crime
What you can extract from medical records
How to most effectively help attorneys with abuse cases

Don’t miss this masterclass that will help you get the insights you need to get involved with these cases.

Yes, I’m in. Send me the replay please.

Your Instructors

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Teresa Devitt-Lynch MSN RN AFN-BC, SANE-A is a certified adult Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner and board certified Advanced Forensic Nurse.

The proprietor of the INTREPID Forensic Healthcare Consulting firm, she provides criminal case consultation and expert witness services for military and civilian courts. Teresa provides services to victims of sexual assault and intimate partner violence.

Pat Iyer MSN RN LNCC is an experienced LNC, Past President of AALNC, and an author, and speaker. She is the host of Legal Nurse Podcast, the only LNC podcast on the planet.

In 1989, Pat founded an independent legal nurse consulting business, which she ran for 28 years. After selling the company, Pat expanded her LNC coaching practice, and has now returned to legal nurse consulting