Many young RNs who attend the Live CLNC Certification Seminar share they decided to get into legal nurse consulting because they can’t imagine doing the same RN job at the hospital for the next 35 years.
My company just completed a huge project and I was blessed to be surrounded by both an amazing staff and an amazing vendor. These are all people who are more knowledgeable than me regarding what had to be accomplished and how to achieve it.
An important qualification for becoming a legal nurse consultant is the ability to articulate opinions to attorneys. Trial attorneys are master communicators because they have to persuade jurors.
I've asked the Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Pros to share tips for negotiating legal nurse consultant jobs with attorneys. In this blog they share 7 tips, one of which has nothing to do with attorneys and everything to do with negotiating with family and friends.
If you missed my Video Webinar, Is Legal Nurse Consulting the Right Fit for You?, you can view it now! I discuss 5 distinguishing personality traits essential to succeeding as a legal nurse consultant.
At Vickie Milazzo Institute’s CLNC Live Certification Seminars we get registered nurses of all ages and specialties. We have RNs who have been working in their RN jobs at the hospital anywhere from 2 to 45 years.
This week I’d like to challenge you to ask yourself, “Is it time to clear the physical clutter?” You can get so busy with attorneys and your legal nurse consultant jobs that you’re not even paying attention to all those stacks of paper (medical records, research and standards) that are piling up around you.
I'm working on a product that will not be released until 2018 so you might be asking, “Vickie, what's the rush?” Well there really is no rush. But if you're like me, life doesn't offer the space to work on big projects when you need to.
This week (between Christmas and New Year’s) is a bit slower and quieter than most weeks. A break from what, for most of us, has been an intense year. And a bit of a break is just what the nurse in me has ordered. I’m using this time to wind down my year, take a few more deep breaths and reflect on what I desire for 2017.
Here's a question I've got for all Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. Are you a good student or a not-so-good student?