I've seen and heard it mentioned before

  1. I've read on these pages before about LPNs getting special certifications through online and/or old fashioned textbook instruction.
    I am interested in gaining certification to assist myself in advancing my career.
    Would someone be kind enough to list specific websites or addresses where I can gain the information I am seeking.
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  3. by   TheCommuter
    Hi, there. I'm glad you revived the topic of certifications for LPNs who wish to advance their careers and enrich their knowledge base.

    I'm simply going to copy and paste an older post that was created by one of our site administrators (sirI) back in 2007. The information regarding certifications for LPNs remains relevant to this very day. We wish you the best of luck with your future endeavors!
    Quote from sirI
    national federation of licensed practical nurses - iv therapy and gerontology

    developmental disabilities nurses association - developmental disabilities (dds)

    prepared childbirth educators, inc. - clinical labor support specialist (cclss)

    prepared childbirth educators, inc. - certified labor doula (cd)

    prepared childbirth educators, inc. - certified breastfeeding counselor (cbc)

    prepared childbirth educators, inc. - certified prenatal/postnatal fitness instructor

    national association for practical nurse education and service, inc. (napnes)
    - certified long term care (cltc)

    napnes - long term care re-certification

    napnes - pharmacology certification

    and, do not forget acls, pals, nrp
  4. by   cyde
    great info! thanks for the share.
  5. by   KRSLPN
    Thank you for the information, I feel that obtaining additional knowledge and certification can never be a bad move!