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Alice M. Adams, RN Achieves Legal Nurse Consultant Certified Designation

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Atlanta, Georgia – WEBWIRE
Alice M. Adams, RN, LNCC
Alice M. Adams, RN, LNCC

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Alice M. Adams has earned the Legal Nurse Consultant Certified (LNCC©) credential. By becoming an LNCC, Alice M. Adams has demonstrated not only a background in nursing, but also experience, education, and involvement in the specialty practice area of legal nurse consulting.

Administered by the American Legal Nurse Consultant Certification Board (ALNCCB), the LNCC program is a means of identifying professionals who have achieved defined levels of knowledge, experience, and education in the medical legal system. Certification is granted by examination to registered nurses with at least 2000 hours of current practice as a legal nurse consultant, and a minimum of five years licensure as a Registered Nurse. The LNCC exam is the only exam in the legal nursing consulting field that is accredited by the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS), the national accrediting body for nursing certification programs.

Legal nurse consultant serve in a number of settings, including law firms, insurance companies, government offices, healthcare risk management departments, and independent practices. They are experienced in preparing medical record chronologies, assisting attorneys with discovery, educating attorneys on pertinent medical facts, and identifying issues pertaining to standards of care, causation, and damages in cases. Their expertise has proved to be a cost-effective, resourceful, and knowledgeable resource for lawyers today.

The LNCC examination is offered in the spring and fall each year. Examination covers medical malpractice, personal injury, product liability, workers compensation, and other related medical-legal topics. For additional information on the LNCC credential, contact ALNCCB at 877-402-2562.

The American Legal Nurse Consultant Certification Board was established in 1997 as a functionally autonomous board to administer the Legal Nurse Consultant Certified (LNCC) certification program and is a member of the American Board of Nursing Specialties, (ABNS). It is a component of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants (AALNC), a not-for-profit professional nursing organization established in 1989.

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