Continue from LPN school to RN?? - page 2
Hello: Probably has been posted before, but I need advice from the experienced LPN's on this thread. I am graduating in Dec. '04 from LPN training. It took me three years to do it. In our state we have to go through the CNA... Read More
- 0Nov 8, '04 by bcjamsIts not about the Money...education changes you as a person and gives you the opprotunities to see how far you can go. I was a happy dialysis LVN (texas) until I got into ICU acute hemodialysis and realized I could be one of them(ICU RN) IF I had the education and license...3 years later and about 7000 hours of class and study time I will graduate this Dec 9th 2004...next is PA school..class of 2009..my nursing education has taken me to the very edge of my ability and then showed me how to fly.....