Every day we face myriad choices, which involve everything we do from the foods we choose to how we perform on our legal nurse consultant jobs.
Two things all Certified Legal Nurse Consultants have in common are the need to track their billable hours and the need to bill their attorney-clients for those hours.
The year was 1991. A young RN and the single mom of a three-year-old, with no support, I moved from British Columbia, Canada, to Harlingen, Texas. For the first few years I worked in the emergency department. I loved it, but with a tiny daughter, the shifts were hard to manage. In 1994 I moved into home health care.
It’s hardwired into an RN’s DNA to want to make a difference in your job whether that job is legal nurse consulting or an RN job at a hospital.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can no longer avoid social media, as more and more legal nurse consultants are reporting success in obtaining new attorney-clients from it.
RNs are tycoons of commitment. The average RN has more complex responsibilities than the crew of NASA’s mission control, an air traffic controller and the President of the United States combined, and we handle every one of them.
With all the hullabaloo going on around the new iPhone 8 (cordless charging) and iPhone X (no home button and facial recognition), we tend to forget that there are still Certified Legal Nurse Consultants out there with other, earlier iPhone versions.
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.
We get out of our world not only what we put into it, but also what we expect to get. This is especially true when you consider that we have the ability to shape not only our world but, to some extent, the people we share it with.
I was at the top of the pay scale as an RN, and my husband is a firefighter – not the highest paying profession by far. We were doing okay financially, but sometimes we were living paycheck to paycheck.