As any current practical nurse will tell you, earning your LPN license is only half the battle. Maintaining it is a whole other process unto itself that requires taking Continuing Education (CE) courses, remaining employed and applying for renewal semi-regularly (usually every two-to-three years). While the need for periodic license renewal is not something that […]
This section on frequently-asked questions about Licensed Practical Nursing features a variety of articles on topics ranging from “What is an LPN?” to “How to Become an LPN”. If you have questions about practical nursing, chances are you’ll find the answers here. This section is updated frequently, so be sure to check back often to read our latest post!
If you are sick of the daily grind and looking for a fast-paced and rewarding career, you may want to consider many of the benefits of an LPN career. An LPN, also known as a licensed practical nurse, is an essential part of the medical team providing basic nursing care for their patients. They normally […]
While there may be small differences in the curriculum, hours and teaching styles of different LPN training programs, most accredited courses have the same basic structure. Training combines basic sciences and medical theory with hands-on practice in nursing fundamentals, and prepares students to work in most practical nursing positions. The following section answers some of […]