Every day I hear from RNs who say “I waited XX years to finally take the CLNC® Certification Program. I should have done it sooner.” Waiting patiently for what we want is not a strategy for achieving it. That’s why I love the quote “Life wasn’t too short: it was too long to waste unduly on non-love, non-laughter and non-decisions.”
When you decide to become a legal nurse consultant, I respect that you have choices. After all it’s your life – your choice. When you choose Vickie Milazzo Institute’s CLNC® Certification Program, everyone at the Institute makes it their goal to nurture you and the choice you’ve made. RNs were recognized as true heroes of healthcare by the Institute long before the COVID-19 pandemic, and that’s why we respect and care how you feel about the CLNC Certification Program and your relationship with the Institute long after you’re certified.
You’ve heard the saying “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” But now you do! With Vickie Milazzo Institute’s exclusive Attorney Interview Tool and Virtual Workshop you get to practice that first impression over and over again until you get it right.
I’m an ICU nurse, so as my husband Tom says, I wake up loaded for bear with more than enough energy and endurance for the day. Over 38 years of owning a legal nurse consulting business I’ve learned that you don’t ride success – you drive it, day after day after day…
In the CLNC® Certification Program we teach RNs how to value themselves, so they don’t underprice their expertise with attorneys. But even before you choose to become a legal nurse consultant you will want to put a high value on you and your nursing expertise, or you might find yourself putting off a well-earned investment in yourself. Putting a high value on yourself starts with investing in a legal nurse consulting program that respects your value as a registered nurse.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed not just the world, but also litigation forever. It’s obvious that the future will bring myriad COVID-19 related lawsuits. Certified Legal Nurse Consultants are pivotal to attorneys understanding the complexities of COVID-19, its transmission, pathophysiology, standards of care, long term complications and much more.
Reflecting on the events of 9/11 and the days following the horrific events, there were a fair share of pessimists who thought the world was over. Thank goodness there were more optimists than pessimists and America came out the other side changed in a positive way.
If you’re interested in becoming a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant, you might be wondering if it’s a good idea to contact attorneys before you become certified. Six CLNC® consultants explain why the answer is a unanimous No.
If you’re interested in becoming a legal nurse consultant one decision you will want to make is whether to start part-time or full-time. Four Certified Legal Nurse Consultants share the path they chose and why.
We humans like to think we embrace change, but if you’re alert to what’s been happening in the world recently, you might agree that the COVID-19 pandemic is proof that most of us expend more energy resisting change than accomplishing something productive through it.