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Looking for more online continuing nursing education options? Did you miss a recent Forum or a particular presentation? Browse our Forum Recordings below! Originally presented live, these presentations have been converted to the 'My Online Education' format and are available for CNE contact hours.

Criteria for Successful Completion:

  • Register for the course.
  • Participate and view the entire activity.
  • Complete the activity’s post-test with a score of 80% or higher. 
  • Complete and submit the online Evaluation form.

Continuing Education Disclosure:

The American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants Education Committee is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

  • Members of the Planning Committee for these presentations have expressed no conflicts of interest.
  • These presentations are not sponsored by or co-provided with another organization.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: New and Emerging Therapies

Participation in this educational activity will allow the learner to increase his/her knowledge base in this uncommon but profoundly painful condition that was first identified during the Civil War and still has no proven definitive treatment.

Presented by: Dawn Cook RN CLCP, LNCPC, CLNC

Objectives:

  • Review specific disease processes and the impact on CRPS.
  • Evaluate three medications in the treatment of CRPS and other pain conditions.
  • Explore three new or off label therapies for CRPS.
  • Outline three possible definitive treatments for CRPS.
  • Discuss causation factors which can lead to litigation in CRPS cases.
  • Evaluate the implications of CPRS issues for Legal Nursing.
  • List available sources of information on CRPS.

Upon successful completion of the criteria, learners will be awarded 1.0 Contact Hour of CNE credit and receive a Certificate of Completion. The content of this module will be current through June, 2018.

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Expand Your LNC Role with Cost Projections

Participation in this educational activity will enable the learner to  apply the information provided to expand their LNC role as well as enhance their knowledge, referral base, and revenue.

Presented By: Shelene Giles MS, BSN, BA, RN, CRC, CNLCP, CLCP, MSCC, LNCC

Objectives:

  • Explore marketing opportunities for expanding LNC practice to include medical cost projections.
  • Describe the process and necessary resources for completing Medical Cost Projections.
  • Outline the differences between the roles of consultant and expert witness in Medical Cost Projections.

Upon successful completion of the criteria, learners will be awarded 1.5 Contact Hours of CNE credit and receive a Certificate of Completion. The content of this module will be current through June, 2018.

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Emergency Work-up of Complicated Intra-abdominal Imaging

Participation in this educational activity will enable LNCs to increase their knowledge base in radiology films and reports when analyzing cases.

Presented By: Jordan L. Haber MD, FACR

Objective:

  • Explore the contributions of Radiology resources for clinical decision-making in the work-up of emergency department patients.

Upon successful completion of the criteria, learners will be awarded 1.0 Contact Hour of CNE credit and receive a Certificate of Completion. The content of this module will be current through June, 2018.

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Why Alternative Dispute Resolution is Critically Important in Resolving Healthcare Disputes

Participation in this educational activity will increase the LNC's knowledge of the ADR process which can be invaluable to their superiors and their clients, particularly if they are unaware of the benefits of ADR.

Presented by: Jim Purcell

Objectives:

  • Outline the ADR process.
  • Explore the application and potential effectiveness of ADR to healthcare disputes.
  • Discuss the preparation required in order to achieve success in the ADR process from both the LNC / Attorney and the client perspective.

Upon successful completion of the criteria, learners will be awarded 1.5 Contact Hours of CNE credit and receive a Certificate of Completion. The content of this module will be current through June, 2018.

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The Role of the LNC in Medical Billing Fraud

The purpose of this one hour educational activity will enable the learner to introduce the concept of increased involvement of the LNC in detecting Medical Billing fraud and the value of such detection to the healthcare system.

Presented By: Rebecca Reier RN, CRNA, CCS-P

Objectives:

  • Introduce the concept of increased LNC involvement in detecting Medical Billing fraud and the value of such detection to the healthcare system.
  • Identify specific “red flags” that trigger an investigation regarding potential fraud and abuse in the medical record.
  • Explore the scope of additional education and experience required to be effective in the detection of Medical Billing Fraud.

Upon successful completion of the criteria, learners will be awarded 1.0 Contact Hour of CNE credit and receive a Certificate of Completion. The content of this module will be current through June, 2018.

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Evaluation of Anticoagulants in Clinical Practice

Participation in this educational activity will provide a comprehensive understanding of the traditional and target specific anticoagulants. 

Presented By: Zachary Stacy Pharm.D.

Objectives:

  • Review the pharmacology and pharmacokinetics of traditional anticoagulants.
  • Compare and contrast the safety and efficacy of traditional and target specific anticoagulants.
  • Evaluate the role of the target specific anticoagulants in clinical practice.

Upon successful completion of the criteria, learners will be awarded 1.0 Contact Hour of CNE credit and receive a Certificate of Completion. The content of this module will be current through June, 2018.

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What Every LNC Needs to Know About the Psychology of Jury Trials

Participation in this presentation will enable the learner to utilize information regarding jury decision making research and jury trials.

Presented by: Dennis Stolle, JD, PhD

Objectives:

  • Explore the psychological science behind jury decision making.
  • Outline the jury selection process and strategies.
  • Analyze the cognitive science behind the use of demonstrative evidence.
  • Gain a more complete understanding of the foregoing through Q&A and discussion.

Upon successful completion of the criteria, learners will be awarded 1.0 Contact Hour of CNE credit and receive a Certificate of Completion. The content of this module will be current through June, 2018.

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