MA or LPN? - page 3
hi guys, i have a problem. im new to new jersey, i have a husband and two little divaz...they are 9 and 5. now, i just got accepted into a ma program and a lpn program. i dont know which one to chose. my husband works 5am-5pm... Read More
- 1Mar 25, '08 by pagandeva2000Quote from OLIVIALENI am not an RN, but I would say to become a CNA2, it would be better to gain confidence in such skills now, and impress the professors.PS --a ? for the RNs -- should I take CNAII to get more prepared for the RN program?? It seems to go over some things that I did not get in CMA or CNA I, such as trache care, and feeding tubes things not really seen much in office settings-- Thanks!!