This morning, while reading one of my daily enewsletters on my iPhone® 12, I must have brushed a poisoned advertisement because a warning suddenly popped up telling me that my iPhone was infected with no less than six (6) different viruses (love the specificity)!
Citing references is an important aspect of preparing your legal nurse consulting reports. This increases the credibility of the opinions you render to your attorney-clients. Here are six tips to use when citing references.
My love story with nurses started decades ago and I’ve been inspiring nurses with my mantra “We Are Nurses and We Can Do Anything!®” ever since. It’s true, registered nurses can do anything – after all we save lives by making split second decisions that often mean the difference between life and death.
Technology today offers a variety of ways to present data in your legal nurse consulting reports. Follow these 12 strategies the next time you write a report to ensure your attorney-clients don’t miss a single salient point.
After upgrading Vickie to a brand, spanking, new, faster than light, touchscreen computer, I noticed that she was complaining of problems with her trackball mouse. As a bit of background, Vickie Milazzo Institute moved all of our employees, willing or not, from traditional computer mice to trackball mice years ago.
Everything you put into a legal nurse consulting report should be there for one purpose and one purpose only – to inform your attorney-client of the information necessary to win or settle the case. Every opinion, every paragraph, every table, every reference should serve that purpose.
One of my favorite quotes from the author of “The Little Prince” is He who would travel happily must travel light. I travel like the old African explorers, Stanley and Livingston with teapot, table and tent. I’ve never mastered St. Exupery’s principle when I travel…
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We are deep into Spring and it’s time to clean out all that junk that you’ve accumulated on your computer over the last year.
I recently mentored a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant, Mary, who had been working as a subcontractor for another CLNC® consultant, Joan. Mary was subcontracting for Joan on a large volume of cases for one of Joan’s attorney-clients. When that attorney suddenly decided to retire, Mary was just as suddenly out of a subcontracting job and in a panic about what to do.