Growing up in New Orleans, we’d duck into a Bourbon Street “Takee-Outee” to satisfy a sudden attack of the hungries while haunting the French Quarter. Years later I shudder to think what we may have been eating but, at the time, that “some kind of meat” on a stick served its purpose.
Vickie Milazzo and CLNC® Mentor Dorene Goldstein Answer Your Questions About the Private Apprenticeship for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants
If you missed my Video Webinar, “Vickie Milazzo Answers Your Questions About the NACLNC® Private Apprenticeship” you can view it now.
I love working with Windows® 10 (really) and have been discovering many of the little secrets that it contains. Short of buying Windows 10 for Dummies the best way for any Certified Legal Nurse Consultant to learn how to use Win 10 is to just get your feet wet by playing with it.
I suppose I’m not your typical Certified Legal Nurse Consultant as I waited seven years after completing the CLNC® Certification Program before finally jumping in. I received my CLNC Certification in 2011, and I even dabbled my toe in the CLNC waters, including a six-month relationship with a disability attorney before he retired. But my 20-plus years as an obstetrical and neonatal nurse was like an enormous anchor holding me back.
There is no past. It’s over. There is no guarantee of a future. There’s only now. That’s why one of my favorite quotes is a book title by Paul Arden, “It’s not how good you are, it’s how good you want to be.”
Reports (Part 4): Seven Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Divulge the 19 Most Common Report Writing Mistakes
Seven Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, Suzanne Arragg, RN, BSN, CDONA/LTC, CLNC; Dale Barnes, RN, MSN, PHN, CLNC; Marcia Bell, RN, BSN, CAPA, CLNC; Dorene Goldstein, RN, BSN, CLNC; Camille Joyner, RN, CCM, CLNC; Jane Hurst, RN, CLNC and Susan Schaab, RN, BSN, CLNC divulge the 19 most common report writing mistakes. Before you submit your next report, thoroughly proof it and review these common pitfalls to assess how you’ve done.
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.