One variable that contributes to the huge level of stress among RNs is the fact that RNs are working harder than ever with little to no reward. Indeed, whether or not you get a pay raise in your RN job is dependent upon the kindness and generosity of healthcare administrators – people well known for rarely looking out for RNs. According to the Department of Commerce, RNs are losing ground in the salary department even as hospital revenues are reaching record highs.
When it comes to our health, I believe we are what we eat. Now before you get too caught up in this philosophy and start going all vegan or paleo on me, let me explain. Wouldn’t you agree that, with some exceptions, health is directly related to diet and all the medicine in the world can’t and won’t heal a bad diet?
There is no better time than the New Year to reflect on the goals that can get us closer to the happiness and fulfillment we desire. Choose 12 goals that speak to you. Don’t panic. You don’t have to tackle all 12 goals at once.
CLNC® Success Story: Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Finds Exhibiting at Legal Conferences Adds to Her Caseload
In this video Lucinda Perkins, RN, CHPN, CLNC shares that her first case as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant was a huge case leading to repeat business from the attorney-client.
Thoughts for Success: It’s Not What We Make of the World, It’s What We Make of Ourselves That’s Important
Attention Certified Legal Nurse Consultants: If you want 2016 to be different and end differently than 2015, you’ve got some work to do. This might not be what you want to hear on New Year’s Day but I’m opening Camp Buck-Up early this year.