The nursing profession is known for awarding badges of honor to RNs who do it themselves and go it alone. “Wow, you moved that 200 lb. patient all by yourself. I’m impressed!”
Archive for month: April, 2016
Legal nurse consulting doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing venture. By getting started part time you can comfortably build a business of your choosing and supplement your RN income with legal nurse consultant income while working your hospital job.
It was in the 1980s when I first saw Vickie’s ad in the nursing publications. Consulting with attorneys on legal nurse consultant jobs sounded interesting. I wanted to do it, and I rarely said “no” to an opportunity. That’s the beauty of nursing, you can explore so many avenues.
We’re nurses so we’re trained to take on other people’s problems like a pro – i.e., with the highest level of training and competency.
I’m often asked what’s the best way to empty the cache on a web browser. The answer depends first on why you want to clear the cache and to what extent. If you’re just trying to remove browsing history but leave the cookies, that’s one answer. If you’re trying to completely wipe out every bit of information in the browser, history and cookies, that’s another answer. Then there’s the question of which browser you’re using (IE, Firefox or Chrome).
Every Certified Legal Nurse Consultant would agree that whether you’re about to interview with an attorney-prospect for your next legal nurse consultant jobs, present opinions on a medical case or write a comprehensive legal nurse report, you must be prepared.
When I mentor a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who is dancing around the task at hand, I cite one of my favorite quotes: The start is what stops most people.
One of the most effective ways to market for your next legal nurse consultant jobs is to exhibit at legal conferences. The CLNC Mentors and I spend substantial time coaching legal nurse consultants at legal conferences. These three sure-fire exhibiting strategies come from one of our recent events with trial attorneys:
In this CLNC Success Story Video, meet Eva E., RN, BA, CLNC who was able to buy a home as a result of her success as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Watch the video or read the transcript below. I’m sure Eva’s amazing achievements will motivate you to greater success in your own career as a legal nurse consultant.
Mindset governs thoughts, assumptions and actions. Do you ever find yourself in a negative mindset that makes your success goals seem an impossible achievement?