I’m often in awe of, and humbled by, the nursing knowledge and expertise of the RNs who come through the CLNC® Certification Program. I joke with Tom that if I ever have a medical crisis I hope it’s in a roomful of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants.
Two CLNC® consultants hit it off networking through the National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants (NACLNC®). Now Melissa is asking me if a partnership would be a good idea.
Something I’ve always loved (and hated) about Mac® users is their innocence. I can’t tell you how many Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Mac users have told me that they love their Macs because they don’t have to worry about spyware, viruses, ransomware – all the things that wake me up screaming in the middle of the night because I’m a Windows® user.
Certified Legal Nurse Consulting students and RNs often confuse my enthusiasm for legal nurse consulting as “Vickie’s had an easy life.” or “Vickie makes becoming a legal nurse consultant look easy.”
My adult life started as expected. Graduating in the top ten of my high school class I went straight on to college, completed my degrees and landed my dream job. I loved being a nurse and taking care of patients.
Most of my loyal Certified Legal Nurse Consultant readers know I can be a bit old school when it comes to new things. I’ve loved my BlueAnt® earpiece and even stocked up on them when they were discontinued.
Congratulations on getting your first case! All you have to do is take action with these top 10 strategic measures and you’ll make your first legal nurse consultant job a success.
So often I’ll hear someone ask, “Why is that woman successful? I’m just as talented, skilled and inventive as she is, so why not me?” There’s a pretty simple reason why, but it’s not one that most people are comfortable with.