Nancy Ceglia, RN, CLNC, full-time Certified Legal Nurse Consultant since 2001, specializes in personal injury, medical malpractice, insurance defense and mass tort cases. In this video Nancy shares how she has recently expanded her legal nurse business to consulting with the public defender’s office in criminal shaken baby cases.
Take a moment today to honor the past, live in the present and think about how you can create a future we can all get excited about.
Full disclosure, the word “Office” in the title means “Microsoft Office” not a tree house, tea house or any place you can sit and do your legal nurse consulting work. And alternative means free or at least less expensive. For years MS Office has been the gold standard, or at least the only standard for word processing for legal nurse consultants. Word’s reach is so pervasive that many Apple users were forced to pick up “Office for Mac” and Microsoft is extending further into mobile by upgrading its Office apps for iPads.
Today is Labor Day and for most of us it’s a day off to picnic with our family, rest by the pool or do something else fun. For me it’s also about remembering a terminally ill registered nurse who attended the CLNC Certification Seminar several years ago.
I’m getting ready to start our fall seminar season and when I hit the road next week, Christmas will be upon me before I even have a chance to look up. With three quarters of the year behind us, this is the perfect time to reflect on one of my favorite quotes by Nelson Mandela.
As Labor Day approaches and as legal nurse consultants have become more mobile in your labor, I’ve reconsidered my stance on tablets versus laptops/desktops. I don’t believe that, as of today, a tablet can fully replace what, for purposes of this Tech Tip, I’ll call an “actual computer.” But experimentation and experience is showing that Microsoft’s Surface tablet is coming pretty close.
It feels good to love what you do and a favorite part of my job as a legal nurse consulting educator is hearing how much CLNC consultants love their legal nurse consulting jobs with attorneys. Four CLNC Pros share what they like best about their legal nurse consulting careers. Here’s what they have to say.