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  1. by   TheCommuter
    Quote from LPN 90
    RN or LPN ??
    Your location indicates that you're in practicing in California, yet you're referring to yourself as an 'LPN' instead of 'LVN'.
  2. by   adrienurse
    What am I? That's a loaded question don't you think?

    I'm an RN
  3. by   HitmanCFYA
    Drag Racer

    who just finished school, and waiting to take the NCLEX-RN I guess
  4. by   donsterRN
    student
  5. by   Keepstanding
    My goodness....it's just a question about levels of nursing.
    Geeeezzzzzz, had no intent to Pzzzzz people off like it has.
    :kiss
  6. by   danissa
    Quote from LPN 90
    My goodness....it's just a question about levels of nursing.
    Geeeezzzzzz, had no intent to Pzzzzz people off like it has.
    :kiss
    :Santa1: Don't be sad LPN 90, know you did not intend this! Nice to know that people are interested in what fellow posters do, I certainly am! Cheer up, Santa is coming soon! (never mind that I'm mortgaged to the max etc, etc, trying to keep up the season of goodwill to all & stuff!!!). Anyway, I am a Scottish girlie, i qualified as a midwife, and was posted into the Neonatal unit 6 years ago-- never left , and went back to University to do my neonatal intensive care course. I can't imagine being anywhere else, a big No-No to going back to the labour suite! I love my tiny babies, I was born to be here! Outwith work, I'm a mad Mammy, 3 big babies,(19, 17, 14 yrs!) never done with THIS job and never want to be without it!!!
    Chin up Babe, Joys of the Season to you !:Reindeer:
  7. by   Keepstanding
    Quote from danissa
    :Santa1: Don't be sad LPN 90, know you did not intend this! Nice to know that people are interested in what fellow posters do, I certainly am! Cheer up, Santa is coming soon! (never mind that I'm mortgaged to the max etc, etc, trying to keep up the season of goodwill to all & stuff!!!). Anyway, I am a Scottish girlie, i qualified as a midwife, and was posted into the Neonatal unit 6 years ago-- never left , and went back to University to do my neonatal intensive care course. I can't imagine being anywhere else, a big No-No to going back to the labour suite! I love my tiny babies, I was born to be here! Outwith work, I'm a mad Mammy, 3 big babies,(19, 17, 14 yrs!) never done with THIS job and never want to be without it!!!
    Chin up Babe, Joys of the Season to you !:Reindeer:

    Thanks Danissa,
    Have a wonderful Christmas !
  8. by   all4schwa
    i find it strange when non medical people ask this question because i feel like they don't know the difference anyway. nor do they even care to know what the difference is in our scope of practice. i almost feel like they just want to know how much money i make...another misconception really, not all rns make more than all lpns...
  9. by   CIRQL8
    I am happy in my role as a circulating nurse - I truly value all the staff that works around me, regardless of the title or the job or the education. I couldn't do what I do without them, and vice versa. We are all valuable in our team.
  10. by   mzstacia
    This was too cute!! We all have with many roles and titles....:smiletea: Best of luck to U!!!
  11. by   jill48
    LPN for eleven years. Presently RN and BSN student. Mom. Sister. Daughter. Wife. Babysitter. Referee. Overweight. Stressed.
  12. by   P_RN
    RN

    AD, AD, BA, ADN, RNC, ONC=me
  13. by   miracle1986
    P_RN.....I love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :caduceus: "Good answer !!!!"
    You have the drive ! Unbelievable . Probably 10,000 miles past tired.

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