The most common question I get is “Vickie, what’s the first thing I need to do after I’ve passed my CLNC Certification Exam?” When they ask, I know they’re looking for that magical laundry list for becoming a successful CLNC consultant.
Yesterday malware was the word of the day. Malware is harmful software that can be downloaded onto your legal nurse consulting business’s computer simply by visiting a “poisoned” website or even clicking on a link in a fake advertisement in your search engine results. By using the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool and setting your computer to automatically update Windows and all your Microsoft products Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can cut your risk appreciably.
I don’t think of myself as a shallow person but Tricia Gonzalez, RN, CLNC proves the old adage “you are what you wear.” Here she shares how wearing one of the Institute’s “I am a Successful CLNC® consultant” t-shirts turned into an unexpected marketing opportunity. Watch and learn how her CLNC® t-shirt gained her an entry into not one but two medical malpractice firms.
Even though it’s been a long time since I’ve been in a hospital for any reason other than to visit friends and family, my ICU habits are firmly in place. That makes me the company ICU nurse. In the ICU I learned that you don’t just wait for the patient to crump and then call for the crash cart. By then it’s too late. Instead, you look for the early signs of circling the drain and act on them.