Microsoft® Word is probably one of the most used software in the world. Learning how to use it is essential for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. To that end, here’s an article (from a website I love) that contains some valuable tips and tricks. Some of these are indispensable and I suggest you try them.
One of the most famous paintings in history, DaVinci’s Last Supper, is about 13 well-known people sitting around a table sharing bread and wine. From the beginning of mankind people have used food as a way of bonding. The tradition of “breaking bread” goes back to before knives were present at the table. Bread was considered essential to life and it was the ultimate act of sociality to break or share bread with another party – friend, stranger or foe.
There’s a Maori proverb that says “Turn your face to the sun, and the shadows fall behind you.” Yesterday I met a guy, Joshua, who has multiple sclerosis and lives this proverb.
Look around. There isn’t a retail clerk, flight attendant or restaurant server that doesn’t have a phone in their hands or within arm’s reach. There’s probably also a nurse or two. I’m just as guilty and am increasingly feeling chained to this device. To top it off, I’ve added the Apple® Watch this year only to find that the pull this tiny device has over me is more powerful than I’d like to admit.
The easiest way to create a report for your attorney-clients is using the Tables function in Microsoft® Word. Tables take all of the guess work out of formatting and are easy to use. But they do require some patience and practice to ensure they format correctly, page breaks appear where they need to appear and header rows display as you intend.
CLNC® Success Story: How I’ve Built My Legal Nurse Business with This One Unique Service to Attorneys
Nursing has always been my passion, and the law has always held my complete fascination. Legal nurse consulting allows me the freedom to indulge both, while providing a valuable and cost-effective service to attorneys.
I’ve always thought of myself as a good teacher. I hope that having trained thousands of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants is proof that I’m good at what I do (Did I mention I’m modest too? LOL). To become a good teacher I had to first become a good student.
An RN, Lori, interested in becoming a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant asked me: “Vickie, I have 15 years’ experience in Level 3 NICU, but I don’t have my BSN. Is this a problem?” If you have the same concern as Lori there’s no need to worry.
On January 14, 2020 mainstream support for Windows® 7 will end. This means that Microsoft® will consider Win 7 as End of Life (EOL) and discontinue all paid support, security updates, patches and other fixes. In other words any new vulnerabilities discovered after January 14, 2020 will not be fixed. If you’re lucky enough to be running Win 7 Professional (or an Enterprise edition) you will be able to purchase extended support – but everyone else will be out of luck.
Vickie Milazzo Interviews Certified Legal Nurse Consultant and Mentor on How to Maximize the Legal Nurse Mentoring Program
If you missed my Video Webinar, “How to Become a Legal Nurse Consultant with the Support of Mentors” you can view it now. I interview a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant and Mentor on how you can maximize the CLNC Mentoring you receive.