If you missed our Video Webinar, “How to Become a Legal Nurse Consultant with the Support of Mentors” you can view it now. We interview two Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Mentors on how you can maximize the CLNC® Mentoring you receive.
If you missed the Video Webinar, “Overwhelmed By Thousands of Pages of Medical Records? Here’s What To Do” Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can view it now. There’s a huge opportunity in consulting on huge cases, i.e. cases involving thousands of pages of medical records. And you don’t have to be overwhelmed by the huge task awaiting you.
I’ve frequently mentored a new Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who is about to go on their first attorney interview. As an example, one CLNC® consultant emailed, “I have an appointment next Tuesday with one of the most prominent medical malpractice firms in the state. It’s with their lead attorney and he wants to speak with me about a case but he hasn’t actually given it to me yet. I have a few questions regarding this interview and I have to admit I am very nervous.”
If you haven’t already done so, the blog, 4 Ways Videoconferencing Can Grow Your Legal Nurse Consulting Business probably has you ready to incorporate videoconferencing into your legal nurse consulting business. In this blog, we’ve asked the CLNC® Pros to share their best practices for videoconferencing. Add these 20 best videoconferencing practices to your CLNC business.
Videoconferencing has been around for decades, but it was the COVID-19 pandemic that brought it into the homes of almost every American. The ease of Zoom took away the hassle factor that used to be associated with videoconferencing. Today most Certified Legal Nurse Consultants embrace videoconferencing as an effective tool for marketing to and doing business with attorneys.