In Friday’s blog I discussed the importance of believing in legal nurse consulting success before you can achieve it. Let’s face it, belief is not always easy. Believing in yourself is a lifelong process. Even for me, after 36 years in business it still takes daily effort.
In Friday’s blog I talked about how you can only achieve what you imagine. Imagining your legal nurse consulting success is not about daydreaming. I can daydream with the best, especially if it’s about Richard Gere.
There are many skills shared by successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, but did you know that one of the most important is being a world-class listener? Surprised?
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 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.
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VICKIE: This is CLNC Consultant Caryn Jaffe, RN, CLNC. Caryn, I know you're a specialist in IV cases as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. What kinds of issues do you have, what kinds of cases?
Vickie: This is Susan Schaab, Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. I asked Susan if she would talk with us today about mass tort legal nurse consultant jobs. Susan, I know you've been involved in both medical device and pharmaceutical mass torts. First, let's talk about what we mean by mass torts.
VICKIE: This is Janice Sumner, Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Janice, I've asked you to speak with me today because I know that you use your CLNC certification a little differently than the CLNC consultants who consult directly with attorneys and law firms. Tell us about what you do.
Vickie: This is Becky Jones, Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Becky specializes in obstetrical cases. I know that's not the only type of legal nurse consultant jobs you're involved in, but I specifically wanted to ask you about preterm labor cases.