Ruthanne Lafever, BSN, CEN, CLNC, shares how just days after passing her CLNC Certification Exam and entering her information into the NACLNC Directory she was contacted by another Certified Legal Nurse Consultant to consult on a case within her specialty. Congratulations Ruthanne! All Certified Legal Nurse Consultants should use this as a gentle nudge to update your NACLNC Directory listing. More than 4,000 CLNC consultants are interested in you!
Here’s something I’ll bet you didn’t know about me – before I started my legal nurse consulting business, I looked into being a cruise nurse. With that in mind, I invite you to listen to my opening speech from the 2013 NACLNC Conference Cruise.
While in Jamaica during the NACLNC Conference Cruise, a common refrain was “No problem, Mon.” One of the Jamaicans explained, “Here in Jamaica we don’t have problems; we only have situations.”
Ahoy! Thank you for making the 2013 National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Conference Cruise such a success. I loved hearing how much you learned from our speakers and seeing you networking with fellow CLNC Weekenders. It was such a blast partying with a purpose all week long with you.
I’m deep into the Spring/Summer CLNC® Certification Seminar season and working with students in person is always one of my favorite things to do as owner of Vickie Milazzo Institute. It’s so much fun to observe how students come in excited but nervous, especially about the CLNC® Examination, then walk out on Day 6 proud of their accomplishments.
Thanks to all the CLNC® consultants who attended the 2011 National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Conference Cruise. I so loved hearing how much you learned from our speakers and seeing you networking with fellow CLNC® pirates. It was a blast partying with you and spending a week together. I loved hearing your CLNC® Success Stories and am so energized by them.
Thanks to all the CLNC consultants who attended the 2010 National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Conference in Nashville. I so loved hearing how much you learned from our speakers and keynote speaker, Genevieve Bos, editor of Pink magazine and seeing all you gained networking with your CLNC peers. It was a blast partying with you and Captain “Tom” Sparrow on the river dinner cruise. But my favorite part was getting to talk with so many of you. I love hearing your CLNC Success Stories and am so energized by them.
Jane Hurst, RN, CLNC has become the first international Certified Legal Nurse Consultant, consulting with a Swedish medical device company. Her consulting business has taken her to Sweden and this summer she’ll be presenting on legal nurse consulting and medical device cases at a European conference.
On February 4th I gave an assignment for all Certified Legal Nurse Consultants attending the 2009 NACLNC Conference to go see the movie Slumdog Millionaire and to identify Jamal’s maverick entrepreneurial moves. For those of you who couldn’t join us in San Antonio here’s a brief overview of my conference opening.
Even though I grew up in New Orleans, I love Texas, where I’ve lived since my college days. I agree with native Texans who say you never have to leave the state to experience what all the other states can offer put together. So, for the students and Certified Legal Nurse Consultants coming to the 2009 NACLNC® Conference on the San Antonio Riverwalk, March 12-13, 2009, here are just 15 fun ways for you to enjoy your Texas-sized weekend in San Antonio.