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I'm having trouble researching my topic on legal nursing. My results show nurse practioners and laws concerning them, but I'm searching for info

I'm having trouble researching my topic on legal nursing. My results show nurse practioners and laws concerning them, but I'm searching for info about nurses who work with attorneys on legal cases. Any suggestions?
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Go to our Databases by Subject LibGuide linked below and select the Nursing tab. Once there, select the link EBSCO: all Health, Nursing, & Medical Databases.

Once you see the EBSCO search bar, search for legal nurse consultant. This seems to be the official term. You will get thousands of results, so use the limiters on the left for full text, references, and Subject to whittle them down.

I also found info on the web, if you are allowed to use regular internet sources. If you Google the phrase legal nurse consultant, you will get some good hits, including American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants (AALNC).

From the library home page (linked below) select the link for EBSCO eBooks. It's in the box w/ the big blue arrow. Search "legal nurse consultant" (be sure to use the quotation marks), and you will get some hits in our eBooks.

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