Aug 3, '10
What would be the best route to become a LNC? thanks
Aug 3, '10
, MSN, APRN, NP
Other opinion(s) will differ, but I never suggest to anyone to enter into this profession w/o educational preparation. I also suggest at least 3 - 5 years RN experience.
Do some research here on the site. Check out the AALNC online program, the Milazzo program, and others. Much discussion on a lot of the educational avenues.
Becoming an LNC, right now, formal LNC educational preparation is not required. Only an unencumbered/current RN license.
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