Attorneys Are Like a Fat Pile of Medical Records – Here’s What to Do About That

Attorneys Are Like a Fat Pile of Medical Records – Here’s What to Do About That

Some attorneys are like a fat pile of medical records. The truth is in there – somewhere. When they talk, it’s not enough to listen. You’ve got to read between the lines of what they say to get to what they really mean, need and most of all, want. They’re not purposely obtuse, they just keep things close to their chest, while still playing the game.

Just Because You Insert the Needle Doesn’t Mean You Have to Inject the Heroin

Just Because You Insert the Needle Doesn’t Mean You Have to Inject the Heroin

In nursing school I worked with heroin addicts – not exactly the most fun or inspiring bunch of people to be around. Not having an addictive personality myself, I couldn’t understand the forces that drove them. I wanted to tell them just because you’ve inserted the needle doesn’t mean you have to inject the heroin, but I knew it wouldn’t mean anything to them.

Is It Time to Invest in You and Your Nursing Expertise?

Is It Time to Invest in You and Your Nursing Expertise?

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.

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