I’m an emergency nurse with 40 years’ experience and have been a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant for 11 years. I like my role as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant as much as I like my work as an emergency nurse.
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My husband, Tom jokes with me that I have two speeds – fast and off. It’s true that I work fast and that I have an innate way of grasping a concept and moving forward with it. I can also switch back and forth between complex issues with a speed and mindfulness that baffles others. At the end of the day though, that speed catches up with me and I switch to off, usually right after a glass of healthy red wine. During the day, I move like quicksilver – the legal nurse consulting world moves rapidly and we need to stay ahead of it.
I was on a hiking trip with a guide, Colin. The trail varied between rock and brush. Colin’s dog, Uzuri, came with us, sometimes running ahead of us, sometimes following behind, but almost never on the trail. Well into the hike we encountered a section of trail infested with burrs. Soon Uzuri came up next to me. She was limping along on three legs, obviously having picked up a burr.
Long before the COVID pandemic Certified Legal Nurse Consultants were working remotely from home. While CLNC® consultants can’t take credit for working remotely, many have perfected the art of working from home. In this blog four Certified Legal Nurse Consultants discuss the benefits and challenges of working from home, strategies for maximizing productivity and tips for setting up the home office.
CLNC® Success Story: CLNC Carol Fridal Shares How She Knew She Was on Her Way to Building Her Legal Nurse Consulting Business When She Had 10 Cases
Vickie: I’d like to introduce you to Carol Fridal, Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Carol, what motivated you to become a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant?
What does a typical day in the life at Neal Legal Nurse Consultants look like? It depends on the day. Some days, it’s a smooth, steady, productive and uninterrupted day that ends at normal business hours. Other times, it involves excessive multi-tasking, endless distractions and constant start-stop work times.
If you missed the Video Webinar, “Analyze Obstetric Hemorrhage Cases Like a CLNC® Pro” Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can view it now.
If you missed our Video Webinar, CLNC® Consultants Discuss the Different Ways They Use Their Legal Nurse Consulting Certification, you can view it now.
My most Memorable CLNC® Case involved a patient with a 25-year history of Parkinson’s disease who experienced optimal results from bilateral deep brain stimulators. After the first set of stimulators had reached the life of the medical device, the patient opted to have new stimulators placed for continued parkinson’s management.