“At the conference you’ll be able to amp up your legal nurse consulting career with topics such as auditing and insurance fraud, mass torts, preterm labor issues, IV therapy cases and FDA-regulated medical devices.”
– Vickie Milazzo
Vickie Milazzo Keynotes at the 2017 National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants (NACLNC®) Conference, March 4-11, 2017
Houston, January 4, 2017 – The world’s largest conference for legal nurse consultants, which is being held March 4-11, 2017 takes place on an Eastern Caribbean Cruise. The 2017 National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants (NACLNC®) Conference may sound like a vacation, but it’s much more – it’s an enriching, career-boosting experience.
“At the conference you’ll get to have a lot of fun with your friends and family,” says Milazzo, CEO of Vickie Milazzo Institute, which founded the NACLNC, and the conference’s keynote speaker. “And you’ll also be able to amp up your legal nurse consulting career with topics such as auditing and insurance fraud, mass torts, preterm labor issues, IV therapy cases and FDA-regulated medical devices.”
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants advise attorneys on medical-related cases ranging from simple neck injuries caused by auto accidents to high profile cases such as groundbreaking litigation for Fosamax®, vaginal mesh cases and more. CLNC consultants from all over the U.S. will attend the 2017 NACLNC Conference this year.
Milazzo, the pioneer of legal nurse consulting, founded the National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. The Institute was named to Inc.’s Top 5,000 Fastest-Growing Companies in America. Milazzo has trained more than 25,000 RNs to be Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. The high-energy, fun atmosphere created at the conference comes from Milazzo and her vision. As keynote speaker, she’ll share her experiences as an entrepreneur and will inspire legal nurse consultants with her fun, advice-packed presentation.
Vickie Milazzo Institute is accredited with distinction as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.