I love technology, but computers will never replace the importance of meeting your attorney-clients face-to-face to discuss legal nurse consultant jobs and the reports you’ve written.
Archive for month: August, 2016
My most memorable case involves a failure to timely diagnose and treat ectopic pregnancy. I obtained this legal nurse consultant job through an attorney I met at a legal conference.
When I started my legal nurse consultant business in 1982 my financial goal was to match my nursing salary. I wasn’t chasing success, I was chasing fulfillment in my nursing career.
With more and more writing and research tools moving online, I’ve found that the built-in spell-checking dictionary in the Firefox® web browser is usually a powerful tool, except when it’s not (it can’t spell Ziemba, LOL).
Six Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, Suzanne Arragg, RN, BSN, CDONA/LTC, CLNC; Dale Barnes, RN, MSN, PHN, CLNC; Dorene Goldstein, RN, BSN, CLNC; Camille Joyner, RN, CCM, CLNC; Jane Hurst, RN, CLNC and Susan Schaab, RN, BSN, CLNC divulge the 17 most common report writing mistakes.
I respect RNs and Certified Legal Nurse Consultants who don’t like to make mistakes. After all, saving lives, doing a superlative legal nurse consultant job or providing stellar service to an attorney-client begins with the intention to not err.
My attorney-clients have experienced great success with the medical-related cases I worked on as a legal nurse consultant. But I don’t take credit for their success, just for the contributions I’ve made.
In this video, Robert Malaer, RN, MSN, CLCP, CALM, CLNC shares how he built a $500,000 legal nurse consulting business in just 13 months.
I'm always mystified by RNs who are afraid to start even a part-time legal nurse consulting business. I’m not talking about quitting your RN job at the hospital and taking a great leap of faith into the unknown.
I’ve long used the asterisk wildcard in Microsoft Windows to search for lost documents, photos and more. I simply open up Windows Explorer (not Internet Explorer) on my computer and type in as much of the name of the document I remember in the search box.