Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Liz Marriott RN, CLNC received her first legal nurse consultant job within five weeks of achieving her CLNC certification.
When’s the last time you heard “You make me better”? When I interviewed with my first attorney-client in 1982 he commented, “I do this myself” meaning he analyzed the medical records and did the research. I knew if he gave me a chance I would easily prove to him that I could do the job better.
Recently a colleague updated her iPhone to the newest iOS and told me she hated it. When prompted to explain why, she said the update had changed the way it displayed her email.
If you missed my Video Webinar, What Attorneys Want from RNs: 5 Minimum Legal Nurse Qualifications, you can view it now! I discuss the 5 minimum qualifications attorneys look for in Certified Legal Nurse Consultants.
When I saw The 14th Dalai Lama speak I was deeply moved by the happiness and love he radiates and one of my favorite quotes of his explains exactly why.
I asked five Certified Legal Nurse Consultants how they command a higher legal nurse consultant salary. It comes down to the strategies they use to gain industry recognition as experts. You can do the same following these recommendations.
Two minimum qualifications for becoming a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant include being an objective evaluator and a bold advisor.
All successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants know that it’s so much easier to retain an attorney-client than to have to replace that attorney with a new one.
We all love those crazy Post-It Notes in all their sizes and colors. I’ve got them all over my desk and the sides of my computer monitor. Here’s a way to add a reasonable facsimile of Post-Its to your computer’s desktop if you’re running Windows 7 or later by using Windows Sticky Notes in your legal nurse consulting business.
Whether litigating a medical malpractice, personal injury, products liability, toxic tort, workers’ comp or criminal case, all attorneys experience a similar pain – difficulty in comprehending the electronic medical record (EMR). Most attorneys tell me that the EMR stumps them every time.