Letters of recommendation are one of the most impactful components of a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant’s promotional package. But what if your attorney-client wants you to take a stab at writing the letter for her signature?
I asked the CLNC® pros to recommend their favorite research websites for their legal nurse consultant jobs. They shared 19 websites they refer to again and again:
Subcontracting (Part 2): 17 Best Practices for Managing Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Subcontractors
Last week I discussed that the quickest way to grow your legal nurse consulting business is to expand with CLNC® subcontractors. If you’re ready to expand your CLNC business, check out these 17 Best Practices for managing Certified Legal Nurse Consultant subcontractors.
I’ve always believed that everything that’s happened in my life (both good and bad) has propelled me to the course of events I’ve been blessed to experience with Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. You could say legal nurse consulting and mentoring Certified Legal Nurse Consultants is my destiny.
I love registered nurses. When I think of the famous Irish blessing “When I count my blessings, I count you twice” I think of you.
It should come as no surprise to any Certified Legal Nurse Consultant or nurse working an RN job in a hospital that a recent Gallup Poll once again determined that nursing is the most trusted profession.
Thomas Eric Duncan died yesterday from Ebola and I would like to express my deepest sympathy to his family and loved ones. I also feel for the 48 people being monitored for symptoms after their possible exposure. In view of the high mortality of Ebola his death may not have been preventable, but U.S. healthcare showed a poor face for its first Ebola diagnosis on American soil.