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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.
Every medical-related case you analyze begins with the big picture. Only when you understand the essence of the case can you efficiently drill down to the relevant details for optimal legal nurse consultant productivity.
Have you ever had a massage therapist or trainer who started out as awesome and then over time began showing up 5 minutes late (and later), and then gets into “Oh, I’m sorry but I must take this text or call. Just hold those 150 lb. dumbbells over your head and remember to breathe.”
Agility is one of the hallmark characteristics of any successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultant and one of the strengths I used to build a legal nurse consulting business that was bigger than me.
VICKIE: This is Connie Chappelle, Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Connie, I've asked you to visit with me today on sepsis-related legal nurse consultant jobs.
All successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants agree that you must be fully present in your CLNC business whether you’re meeting with an attorney-client and have to really listen or analyzing a case and have to turn off all distractions.