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Even the most experienced, competent nurses can make mistakes

Your work is fast-paced and requires quick thinking. During your shift, you feel the overwhelming responsibilities. When the pace gets chaotic, mistakes can happen. When mistakes lead to inadvertent patient harm, it can become an absolute nightmare for the nurse or nurse practitioner. It's essential that you know how you can protect yourself - and your license.

Get ready for an extraordinary opportunity at the 2024 Legal Nurse Certificate Conference!

Elevate your expertise and mitigate risk with insights from 12 top legal authorities, including Nurse Attorneys & Legal Nurse Consultants, each equipped with invaluable clinical and legal wisdom.

Prepare to be inspired by Rawsi Williams, RN, JD, ESQ, a renowned legal advocate whose representation of nurses has garnered national attention on NBC, CBS, FOX, and ABC!

 

Feel more confident after you unlock the secrets to stay out of the courtroom! Earn up to 24 CE credits and delve into:

  • Prevent patient attacks & assaults on nursing staff
  • Red flags for Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another (formerly Munchausen by proxy syndrome)
  • Your dying patient's wishes & current legal responsibilities
  • Make sure you aren't held responsible for a patient's fall related injury
  • 16 common themes that get nurses into trouble with the board of nursing
  • How to deliver the patient report when it's an unfolding horror story
  • Current legal responsibilities while still respecting your dying patient's wishes
  • Contrast 'too much' charting' with enough charting
  • Strategies to decrease your legal exposure when short staffed
  • Strategies to decrease your legal exposure when short staffed
  • Show me the money as a legal nurse consultant
  • PLUS… Earn your Certificate in Legal Nursing!
 

Purchase TODAY to take advantage of the limited time offer of $299.99. Save $200 whether you join the online event on May 16 & 17 or access the complete conference recording package. Take the steps now to protect yourself and your license!

The 2024 Legal Nurse Certificate Conference 
 
Live Online Event: May 16 & 17, 2024
― OR ―
Complete Conference Recording Package to watch on your own schedule
$1559.88 Total Value
Just $299.99 Today
JOIN VIRTUALLY
  • Earn up to 24.0 CE hours
  • Get your questions answered by leading experts
  • Virtually network with colleagues across the country
  • Video access available for 30 days afterward
LEARN ON-DEMAND
  • Earn up to 24.0 CE hours
  • Learn at your own pace
  • Unlimited access to all conference sessions (live and bonus)
  • Completely flexible for your busy schedule
Nursing is a profession steeped in fear…

You know what it's like to go home after your shift and wonder what you forgot to do, follow up on, report off or document. When your patient assignment is heavy, and the nursing team is stretched thin… errors can happen. Errors that can have legal consequences, especially in the litigious society we live in.

Join us to access the latest legal trends and the best risk reduction precautions to immediately incorporate into practice on these essential topics:

  1. Cope with the multi-tasking brain: Which distractions are worst on patient safety
  2. The Cures Act of 2023 will change the way you chart - with new transparency requirements
  3. Cover yourself! During the traumatic moments everyone wants to know “whose fault is this?”
  4. The latest on ethical and legal issues related to the withdrawal of lifesaving measures
  5. Best practice responses to escalating patient violence (prevent being assaulted or attacked)
  6. Determine how clinical decisions will be compared against the standards of care
  7. Recognize what nurse liability is and ways to reduce financial risk
  8. Guidance on leaving a toxic work environment
  9. Proper support for the newer nurse to keep dangerous situations far away
  10. Skills to intervene in workplace bullying
  11. Protect your mental health following burnout and highly emotional experiences
  12. Potential clinical decisions that can haunt you for years
  13. Address medical professionals' confusion and doubts regarding potential cases of FDIA (formerly Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy)
  14. Discover the ways you can earn more than you make at your current day (or night!) job
  15. Quickly identify and drill down to the core of the patient complaint

 

 

Conference Highlights
  • Live Online Event: May 16 & 17, 2024 -or- Access the Complete Recording Package afterwards to watch on your own schedule
  • Be recognized and earn your Legal Nursing Certificate
  • Be amazed as you learn from a powerhouse of 12 legal authorities - Nurse Attorneys & Legal Nurse Consultants
  • Earn up to 24.0 CE credits
  • Includes 6 FREE bonus videos to watch at your convenience
  • Learn the very latest coming out of the courtroom - along with YOUR real practice implications
  • Don't miss Rawsi Williams, RN, JD, ESQ! Her impressive legal representation of nurses has been featured on NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC!
  • Designed for: Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, Legal Nurse Consultants, Risk Managers, Attorneys
  • Save 80% when you register TODAY!
The 2024 Legal Nurse Certificate Conference 
 
Live Online Event: May 16 & 17, 2024
― OR ―
Complete Conference Recording Package to watch on your own schedule
$1559.88 Total Value
Just $299.99 Today
JOIN VIRTUALLY
  • Earn up to 24.0 CE hours
  • Get your questions answered by leading experts
  • Virtually network with colleagues across the country
  • Video access available for 30 days afterward
LEARN ON-DEMAND
  • Earn up to 24.0 CE hours
  • Learn at your own pace
  • Unlimited access to all conference sessions (live and bonus)
  • Completely flexible for your busy schedule
A Few Colleague Reviews of Your Conference Speakers
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  • “I love all the information that was shared (on ways to protect yourself in a toxic workplace) and will change some things in my practice as a result.” - Kimberly, RN (on Attorney Irnise Williams)
  • "You are truly amazing! Thank you so much for taking my case and successfully defending my license. Today was a great day and the words "no probable cause" brought a smile and relief.” - Director of Nursing Client (on Attorney Rawsi Williams)
  • "Enlightening learning on the ways that short staffing can cause danger to our practice.” Jordan, RN (on Deborah Ward, LNC)
  • “Great guidance, very thoughtful. Helped me with my Nursing license issue, even though she did not have to.” - Healthcare Client (on Attorney Lorie Brown)
  • “Very informational! We don't realize how much we utilize Artificial Intelligence already in our patient care.” Amanda, NP (on Jaimee Gerrie, LNC)
  • “Great advice and concerns for all parties who may be involved in legal action.“ - Suzanne, RN (on Cyndi Zarbano, LNC)


Live Sessions ― May 16 & 17

Join your trailblazing expert presenters who walk the talk. They see nurses and nurse practitioners trying to clear their names and reputations from malpractice claims. Not only will our legal experts synthesize the latest coming out of the courtroom, but they will also deliver tips so that you can feel a greater sense of control over the patient care you deliver.

 
Lorie Brown
Show Me the Money as a LNC
Thursday, May 16 9:00 am – 11:00 am Central Time

Lorie Brown JD, MN, RN, has practiced in medical malpractice defense for the State of Indiana and a private law firm. Attorney Brown is currently on the Board of Directors for The American Association of Nurse Attorneys. She has been a speaker at many national nursing conferences, has authored several legal nurse consultant books and mentored hundreds of legal nurse consultants to get clients and cases.

  • Roadblocks that could affect a successful legal nurse consultant business
  • Create a plan on what to charge in your business - initially and as you excel
  • Discover the ways you can earn more than you make at your current day job
Click here for more information about Lorie Brown.

 
Critical Analysis of a Patient Fall Case: Negligence vs. Malpractice when Injury is Involved
Thursday, May 16 11:15 am – 1:15 pm Central Time

Jaimee Gerrie MSN, BSN, RN, LNC, CPPS, NCPMT, has been a registered nurse for almost 30 years and is the Principal Agent of UPvision Consulting, LLC and UPvision Mediation and Training. Jaimee provides comprehensive legal nurse services, expert services, and alternative dispute resolution services, for attorneys and health care organizations with medically related cases. She has earned her Certificate in Legal Nurse Consulting and is a member of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants and the American Association of Nurse Attorney's.

  • Evaluate the professional standards in a compelling fall-related subdural hematoma case
  • Understand the legal implications between malpractice and negligence
  • Demonstrate critical thinking skills to prevent a patient injury that you could be held responsible for
Click here for more information about Jaimee Gerrie.
Jaimee Gerrie

 
Palma Iacovitti
The Impact of Violence and Incivility in the Nursing Workplace
Thursday, May 16 1:45 pm - 3:45 pm Central Time

Palma Iacovitti DNP, MBA, RN, has accumulated vast clinical nursing experience over the past 28 years including pediatrics, emergency medicine, gastroenterology, gynecology, solid organ transplant, surgical oncology, and behavioral health. Her DNP dissertation focused on workplace violence and incivility. Additionally, Dr. Iacovitti is a published author, contributing editor, and content writer on workplace violence and incivility, leadership management, performance improvement articles, and public speaker.

  • Determine what constitutes workplace violence: Assaults, attacks, threats, intimidation, harassment & bullying
  • Best practice responses to escalating violence while caring for patients
  • Skills to intervene in workplace bullying
Click here for more information about Palma Iacovitti.

 
Successfully Winning the Battle of the Three C's in Nursing: Complaints, Communication & Career Enhancement
Friday, May 17 9:00 am - 11:00 am Central Time

Rawsi Williams, RN, JD, ESQ, a sought-after legal advocate and keynote speaker, who also served our country in the US Army. Attorney Williams' legal representation has been featured on NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC, and in multiple national publications. Her successful representation of nurses and other health care professionals includes before professional licensing boards in matters relating to regulatory compliance, patient deaths, medication errors resulting in serious injury or death, negligent supervision, and other actions seeking discipline such as suspension and revocation.

  • Quickly identify and drill down to the core of the patient complaint
  • Listen to comprehend and understand, not defend or quickly end the communication
  • Reach your full career potential - clinically and beyond!
Click here for more information about Rawsi Williams.
Rawsi Williams

 
Jeffrey Nicholson
Malpractice Cases: Clinical Decisions Can Haunt You
Friday, May 17 11:15 am - 1:15 pm Central Time

Jeffrey Nicholson PhD, PA-C, MEd, MPAS, DFAAPA, has practiced clinically in emergency medicine, urgent care, occupational and family medicine. He is currently a board member and has been President for several terms of the American Academy of PAs in Legal Medicine. Dr. Nicholson is the founder and President of the PA Experts Network, a medical-legal consulting company that provides PA, nurse practitioner and nursing standard-of-care experts in all specialties nationwide. He has testified at depositions and trials in hundreds of alleged malpractice cases over his career.

  • Recognize errors in clinical judgment through the review of actual malpractice cases
  • Suggestions shared so that you can take appropriate measures to reduce the risk of mistakes
  • Determine how clinical decisions will be compared against the standards of care
Click here for more information about Jeffrey Nicholson.

 
Strategies to Avoid Disciplinary Action from the Board of Nursing
Friday, May 17 1:45 pm – 3:45 pm Central Time

Cyndi Zarbano MSN-Ed, CCRN, CMSRN, LNC, been a nurse for nearly 30 years specializing in Intensive Care and currently works for Mayo Clinic in MN. She is a Legal Nurse Consultant and has worked on nearly 250 cases for various Boards of Nursing. Cyndi has also worked with attorneys on pre-corrective action and with nurses to meet consultation requirements to fulfill disciplinary corrective action guidelines.

  • Evaluate the potential penalties the board of nursing can give a nurse
  • Walk through the 16 common themes that get nurses into trouble with the board of nursing
  • Recognize what nurse liability is and ways to reduce financial risk
Click here for more information about Cyndi Zarbano.
Cyndi Zarbano

The 2024 Legal Nurse Certificate Conference 
 
Live Online Event: May 16 & 17, 2024
― OR ―
Complete Conference Recording Package to watch on your own schedule
$1559.88 Total Value
Just $299.99 Today
JOIN VIRTUALLY
  • Earn up to 24.0 CE hours
  • Get your questions answered by leading experts
  • Virtually network with colleagues across the country
  • Video access available for 30 days afterward
LEARN ON-DEMAND
  • Earn up to 24.0 CE hours
  • Learn at your own pace
  • Unlimited access to all conference sessions (live and bonus)
  • Completely flexible for your busy schedule


PLUS, when you register today, you'll receive 6 FREE video bonus sessions ― a $779 value!

Mitch Hauschildt, AT
1. Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another or a Complex Medical Case: A Behind the Curtain Look within Healthcare

Rachel Henderson Ph.D., MS, RN, HCRM, brings 22 years as a legal nurse consultant, inpatient clinical nurse specialist and healthcare risk manager. Dr. Henderson works with law firms and healthcare organizations, evaluating medical records for compliance with standards of care and applicable regulations. She has been an expert witness for medical negligence cases for both the plaintiff and the defense. 

  • Analyze red flags for Factitious disorder imposed on another (FDIA), formerly Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, including inconsistent symptoms and medical history
  • Address medical professionals' confusion and doubts regarding potential cases of FDIA
  • Recognize the overinvolved parent with excessive expectations for testing and/or treatments

Click here for more information about Rachel Henderson.
 
Mitch Hauschildt, AT
2. Documenting High-Risk Nursing Situations

Rosale Lobo, PhD, RN, MSN, LNC, has been a registered nurse for 37 years as a direct care provider, administrator and legal nurse consultant. Dr. Lobo has worked in hospitals, clinics, and home care settings. Her company, Lobo Consulting Group, LLC partners with medical malpractice attorneys to support their pursuit of justice for clients.

  • Ease the handoff burden when the intense short story becomes an intense horror story
  • Proper support for the newer nurses to keep dangerous situations far away
  • Cope with the multi-tasking brain: Which distractions are worst on patient safety
  • The Cures Act of 2023 will change the way you chart with new transparency requirements

Click here for more information about Rosale Lobo.
 
Mitch Hauschildt, AT
3. Short Staffing: Legal Risks & Implications for Nursing Practice

Deborah Ward, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, LNC, is a nurse practitioner with extensive experience and expertise in both the clinical and legal arenas. Deborah provides full case development services for her legal clients, both plaintiff and defense, for a wide range of medical-related cases.

  • Protect your nursing practice from legal risk during times of increased workloads
  • Identify nursing practices to decrease legal exposure when short-staffed
  • Avoid concerning deviations from nursing standards

Click here for more information about Deborah Ward.
 
Mitch Hauschildt, AT
4. End of Life Compassionate Care: Ethical and Legal Dilemmas

Lois A. Fenner McBride, RN, MS, JD, Attorney at Law, is a Certified Clinical Specialist (Psychiatric) and a founding member of The American Association of Nurse Attorneys. Her law practice focuses on medical and healthcare litigation and consulting: including medical malpractice, wrongful death, risk management, and professional boards/licensures.

  • Discuss ethical and legal issues related to the withdrawal of lifesaving measures
  • Appropriate legal uses and requirements for Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment
  • Navigate the health care professional's responsibilities and obligations, while respecting the dying patient's values and wishes

Click here for more information about Lois Fenner-McBride.
 
Mitch Hauschildt, AT
5. Protecting Yourself & Your License While Enduring Trauma: Tips, Tools and Resources for the Healthcare Worker 

Rawsi F. Williams RN, JD, ESQ, is a healthcare and regulatory compliance lawyer with a nursing background, which provides a deeper understanding of healthcare practices and patient care. She is highly skilled in complex healthcare regulations and stays up to date on the latest developments in healthcare law and policy.

  • Practical steps that healthcare professionals can take to protect themselves from harm in the workplace
  • Guidance on leaving a toxic work environment
  • Protect your mental health following burnout and traumatic experiences

Click here for more information about Irnise Williams.
 
Mitch Hauschildt, AT
6. Avoid the Top OB Litigation Pitfalls

Jamie Otremba, CNM, RN, BSN, has over 20 years of maternal-child nursing experience. She provides expert witness work on obstetric legal cases and is currently practicing full-scope nurse-midwifery at an OB/GYN clinic in suburban Minnesota. Jamie has practiced in labor and delivery, postpartum, antenatal, and community health nursing.

  • Cover yourself! During the most traumatic moments, everyone wants to know, “whose fault is this?”
  • Recognize what is legally appropriate to ask a patient about their service or therapy animal
  • Legal risks/updates on shoulder dystocia, operative vaginal delivery, traumatic decapitation, waterbirth & more!
  • Contrast enough charting, with 'too much' charting

Click here for more information about Jamie Otremba.


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