I don’t know about you, but I don’t like having to click multiple times to print a document off the Web. Time has been scientifically proven to equal money and when you’re busy working on your legal nurse consultant jobs you don’t want to have to spend your day clicking, pointing and clicking to print a document from your browser.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants have any number of semi-repetitive reports and tasks to complete in any given business day. These can include daily project reports, legal nurse consulting reports, invoices, standard email responses, etc.
You’ve completed the CLNC® Certification Program and you’re ready to go. Now it’s time to pull your promotional package together.
In my last Tech Tip I discussed an easy way for legal nurses to organize their bookmarks in Chrome. But while bookmarks are really useful, they often become outdated pretty quickly.
Any time you're reviewing a medical malpractice case you should refer to all the prior source materials that can help you. Perhaps there’s an earlier report or set of interrogatories and requests for production that you previously created that you can repurpose for your current legal nurse consultant job.
Having a shortage of confidence is guaranteed to hinder legal nurse consulting success. In contrast, learn to treat yourself as the Certified Legal Nurse Consultant attorneys expect you to be and watch how they treat you with the utmost respect and regard.
When I talk to Certified Legal Nurse Consultants I’m often surprised at how few of them use social media to promote their legal nurse consulting businesses. Social media is powerful and it’s free. If you have 200 friends, each of those friends will have 200 friends and each of those friends will have more friends.
Everyone likes to keep their phones handy at all times. Whether it’s in your pocket, purse, cup holder in your car or on your desk. Communication is key for all Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, their legal nurse consulting subcontractors and attorney-clients.
I recently mentored a new Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who had been unjustly terminated from her RN job at the hospital. She had a flawless 25-year record and strongly suspected the termination had to do with a particular physician she had reported to administration.
I was complaining to a friend about the life of my iPhone® battery. My friend, who’s not normally on the cutting edge of tech, told me that I had too many background apps running and that I should shut them all down. This (finger waving in the air) he claimed was adversely affecting my battery life.