Articles tagged with practical nursing

LPN vs. CNA: Choosing Your First Step in the Nursing Field

For those new to the nursing field, both the certified nursing assistant (CNA) and licensed practical nurse (LPN) positions are great ways to get your start in the field. We created this side-by-side comparison to help you determine which path is best for you.

5 Common Misconceptions About an LPN Career

Many nursing hopefuls avoid the LPN route because of some common misconceptions about the position. So if you’re one of those skeptics, this article is for you! We’re here to set the record straight about five false assumptions that may be deterring you from pursuing an LPN career.

LPN or RN: The Advantages of Being an LPN

So you've decided to become a nurse. It's a good career choice because nursing is a life-saving profession that boasts steady job growth. The only question left to answer is: LPN or RN?

6 Reasons LPNs Are Still In Demand

Becoming an LPN is a great stepping stone for anyone contemplating a career in healthcare. But are LPNs still in demand? Here 6 reasons we say yes!

Brooklyn Park Practical Nursing Grad Trades Scissors for Stethoscope

For most people, a trip to the doctor's office is not the highlight of their week, so a frosty nurse making them feel unwelcome can add to their stress. Fortunately for any of her future patients, Brooklyn Park Practical Nursing graduate Melinda Odegard has been making people feel at ease her whole life.

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