If you’ve upgraded to the new Firefox Quantum browser you may have noticed that the old version of everybody’s favorite add-on – Morning Coffee doesn’t work with Quantum.
I asked three CLNC consultants to describe their preferences for plaintiff or defense legal nurse consultant jobs. You’ll find a variety of reasons from objectivity to keeping nonmeritorious cases out of the system motivate the choices of these Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. They also share a few favorite cases involving respiratory distress, septic shock, compartment syndrome and birth injury.
I pride myself in being a decisive person. But recently, I found myself wavering about an important decision. My mind wandered, and the more I thought about the issue, the murkier it got. There was no clear answer, and it was slowly descending into a lose-lose situation as the longer I put off the decision, the worse the outcome would be.
I asked the CLNC Pros to describe their most difficult legal nurse consultant job. From a looming deadline to confusing electronic medical records, take a look at how they rose to the challenge of handling these difficult cases.
How’s 2018 going so far? Are you powering out on your 2018 plan or are those New Year’s Resolutions distant memories? We all have good intentions and we’re all capable of letting those good intentions be swept aside by the crisis of the moment and the stress of daily living.
As you know, the Legal Nurse Jobs Resources section of LegalNurse.com’s LegalNurse.com website is chock full of informative videos for prospective and experienced legal nurse consultants. When you’re watching a video, such as the 10 Benefits and Perks of Becoming a Legal Nurse Consultant though, life and work can interfere with your viewing enjoyment.
Coming off the holidays I’m sure we’ve all eaten our share (and more) of things that aren’t good for us. Let’s face it, the holidays are a great time to let down our guard and indulge in decadent choices without a whole lot of guilt.
A Certified Legal Nurse Consultant mentioned that she was working on a 2018 “wish board” for her home office filled with photos of all the things she wished to attract and accomplish in 2018 for her legal nurse consulting business and life. She was filling her board with photos of medical malpractice attorneys, Tesla Roadsters and postcards of Bali.