How many Wow, I did that! moments did you have in 2016? A lot, too few or none at all?
Archive for year: 2016
This isn’t really as much a Tech Tip as it is an act of self-reflection to close out the year. The other night Vickie and I attended a dinner where we were seated communally, meaning with people we didn’t know.
This week (between Christmas and New Year’s) is a bit slower and quieter than most weeks. A break from what, for most of us, has been an intense year. And a bit of a break is just what the nurse in me has ordered. I’m using this time to wind down my year, take a few more deep breaths and reflect on what I desire for 2017.
The staff at Vickie Milazzo Institute and I wish you Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year. I can’t wait to hear all the good things that transpire for you in 2017.
The holidays are a season of sharing, and being surrounded by the people we love throughout this season, is a reminder that every moment is a moment of grace.
I recently mentored a new Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who was contacted by a defense attorney for a medical malpractice case.
My perfect day as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant is a day when I never take my slippers off!
We all have bigger dreams we want to pursue. We also have bills to pay and groceries to buy. So if you’re ready to dream big, what do you do first? The answer will probably surprise you.
We constantly get questions from Certified Legal Nurse Consultants about cybersecurity and the computers they use in their legal nurse consulting businesses. The one recurring theme is overreaction.
If you’re a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who consults on medical malpractice legal nurse consultant jobs for plaintiff attorneys, it’s important to go beyond what happened at the bedside.