If you’re an iPhone® or iPad® user who has dropped your device, cracked your screen or done much worse you’ve been limited to going to an Apple® store to wait in line to hand your device over for repair and wait some nebulous period for its return. I’ve been there and done that. The service is superior and the waitlists (even with online appointments) are long. Worse, if you don’t live near an Apple store you have to mail your device off for service.
As a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant, you will frequently give attorney-clients verbal opinions on medical-related cases, but you will also render written opinions on cases. When it’s time to sit down and compose your written report, you want to do so fast and you want that report to be the best it can be.
Yesterday was not a good day. It seemed as though every task I started was taking twice as long as it should and nothing was getting completed. I felt like I was swimming upstream against a strong current much like a salmon in spawning season. I like to start and end my day with a clean desk, a stack full of completed projects and reports from my staff that reflect the same.
Last year, I helped with negotiations in a million dollar plus settlement on a brain injury case. This is only one of the 140 legal nurse consultant jobs I’ve consulted on the past few years.
One of the best things about the iOS for iPhones® and iPads® is the autocorrect that corrects the words you’re typing as you type them. One of the worst things about the iOS is the autocorrect that often puts in words you didn’t mean or are nonsensical.
We all make mistakes in our legal nurse consulting business, but what if you could make fewer ones? It’s easy. Just follow the advice of these 11 seasoned CLNC® consultants. They outline 18 common mistakes RNs make when launching a CLNC business. Plus they reveal how to avoid them.
I frequently counsel RNs who are so extremely stressed out that they can’t see anything better for their future in nursing. They’re stuck in their past.
To be your most successful, all aspects of your life have to be congruent with your values and goals. I get to meet and talk with RNs from all over the US. One common complaint they share is exhaustion from 12-hour shifts. Long shifts combined with few to no breaks create a poor environment for planning healthy meals and exercise.