Advanced Certifications for LPNs

  1. I was just wondering if anyone out there knows of any "specialty" certifications that an LPN can take to help with job advancement. Want more hands-on experience as an LPN before moving on to school for RN. I thought of maybe taking the Phlebotomy Certification. Any other recommendations? I live in Butler County, PA.
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    http://www.nflpn.org/certification.html iv therapy and gerontology for lpn/lvn


    http://ddna.bluestep.net/shared/cust...7840_s_i133746 developmental disabilities (dds) for rn/lpn

    http://www.childbirtheducation.org/laborspt.html clinical labor support specialist (cclss) for rn/lpn

    http://www.childbirtheducation.org/in_doula.htmlcertified labor doula (cd) for lpn/rn


    http://www.childbirtheducation.org/in_breas.htmlcertified breastfeeding counselor (cbc) for rn/lpn

    http://www.childbirtheducation.org/fitness.html certified prenatal/postnatal fitness instructor for rn/lpn


    http://www.napnes.org/certifications/ltc.htm long term clinic (cltc) for lpn/lvn


    http://www.napnes.org/cltc_recertification.pdf#search='certification%20p rograms%20for%20the%20lpn' long term clinic re-certification for lpn/lvn

    http://www.napnes.org/certifications/pharmacology.htmpharmacology certification for lpn/lvn

    then there is acls and pals

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