Can LPN lose a license by not practicing for a year? - page 2

by Braemer24 4,252 Views | 14 Comments

I am a new nurse and planning not to practice for a year... Am I going to lose my license?... Read More


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    i believe you just need to keep the certifications current and i think it will be ok
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    It'll depend on your state. I sat for my NCLEX-PN, then continued on with school for my RN. Never worked a day as an LPN---didn't make a bit of difference

    Quote from Braemer24
    I am a new nurse and planning not to practice for a year... Am I going to lose my license?
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    just keep your license active....i think that should be enough.....

    some states do audit nurses though if they have requirements on hrs of pratice but i think if you keep the license active that should be enough.....
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    Am I the only person that caught the fact that the OP lives and works in CANADA?


    MODS: can we move this thread to the Canadian Forum: so that the OP isn't subjected to inaccurate information. No work cand and does result in loss of license up here.
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    Quote from Fiona59
    MODS: can we move this thread to the Canadian Forum: so that the OP isn't subjected to inaccurate information. No work cand and does result in loss of license up here.
    Done. Thread is now in the 'Nursing In Canada' forum.


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