Superior Training for Legal Nurse Consultants
This is an optional benefit involving $15 paid to the contact hour certificate provider, Taylor College. The provider is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP-3285. CE credit is accepted in all states that require mandatory continuing education for relicensure. Call 1-800-743-4006 with CE questions. There will be a $15 fee, paid directly to the provider, if you want the CE certificate.
Get refreshed, supported and educated with specialized knowledge about criminal cases
Can determine if evidence was correctly collected in a healthcare setting
Add an additional type of case knowledge to your existing LNC or forensic nursing practice
Can speak knowledgeably to attorneys handling criminal cases so that they want to work with you
Network with LNCs dedicated to growing their businesses
Use an automated effective marketing system to win more clients
Can explain how the path of the bullet affected structures so that the attorney client has a clear understanding of the damage
Have first-hand experience in evaluating a gunshot case
Use pearls of wisdom from experienced legal nurses
Know who has the money to pay for criminal case support
Get direct advice from attorneys on how you can assist them
Define an exciting pathway for adding more cases to your business
January 27, 2022
|Session 1 About Bullets Michael Haag|
|Session 2 Every Contact Leaves a Trace: Introduction to Forensic Evidence Victoria Morton|
|Session 3 Forensic Evidence Collection in the Healthcare Setting Tristan Wristen|
|Session 4 Basics of Criminal Case Analysis I Teresa Devitt-Lynch|
|Session 5 Case Analysis and Conclusions|
January 28, 2022
|Session 1 Building a Forensic Practice Pat Iyer|
|Session 2 How to Grow Your Business with Automation Darin Adams|
|Session 3 Selling Your Services to Attorneys Joe Flores and Mark Skurka|
|Session 4 Basics of Criminal Case Consulting Part II Teresa Devitt-Lynch|
|Session 5 Case Analysis and Conclusions|
|Session 6 What’s It Like in the Forensic Legal Nursing Field? Wendy Votroubek, Tristen Wristen, Victoria Morton|
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Pat Iyer MSN RN LNCC established a highly successful independent legal nurse consulting business in Flemington, NJ in 1989. Pat testified as an expert witness for 25 years as a liability expert for medical surgical cases and to explain medical records to juries. She reviewed criminal cases as a consultant to attorneys. After growing this multi-million-dollar business, Pat sold the company and now is a business coach for legal nurse consultants through her programs at legalnursebusiness.com including LNC Success Connection. She provides books, courses, and online training to help LNCs make more money, get more clients, and avoid expensive mistakes. Her resources are at legalnursebusiness.com.
A prolific author, Pat edited or wrote 49 books, primarily for legal nurse consultants. She served as the National President of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants (AALNC) and also was on its board for five years. She is a Legal Nurse Consultant Certified and started teaching LNCs online in 2008. The host of Legal Nurse Podcast, Pat has listeners in 79 countries. Pat is a Certified Virtual Presenter through eSpeakers.
Teresa Devitt-Lynch MSN RN AFN-BC SANE-A is board certified through the International Association of Forensic Nursing as an Advanced Forensic Nurse and an Adult/Adolescent Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. She served in the Navy as a Lead Forensic Nurse Examiner and Assistant Forensic Health Program Manager in Portsmouth. In Italy, she served at the Naval Hospital as the Sexual Assault Forensic Examination Program Manager.
As the Owner of Intrepid Forensic Healthcare Consulting, Teresa serves civilian and military attorneys with services for handling criminal and civil case in the role of forensic consultant, expert witness, and educator. She is currently establishing services for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence in North Dakota. She is a member of the International Association of Forensic Nurses, the American Psychology Law Society, the International Association for Correctional and Forensic Psychology, the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases, the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, and the Academy of Forensic Nurses.