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  1. Are UK RN's considered LPN's in America?
    That's actually quite accurate, though 3-4 yr degree course for RN's in the UK, and in Canada.. Unfortunately in Canada some employers have cut back from wanting to pay out RN wages for RN's and...
    Feb 13, '13
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  2. Are UK RN's considered LPN's in America?
    LPN's which are in Canada as well as the US, are the equivelent of enrolled nurses that no longer exist in the UK who are not full fledged Nurses, unlike RN's in the UK. I work in Canada. LPN's...
    Feb 13, '13
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  3. How's nursing in the UK?
    Cost of livingis definitely high in London and the most expensive place to live and work and teaching hospitals there are the best especially if you want to get more educated and progress faster in...
    Feb 13, '13
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  4. Recruiting for the Future
    Very true on that first point seen below. It is a reason I didn't continue in ICU for the lack of support and brick wall barrier to my development, not to mention a bully manager who went out of...
    Feb 13, '13
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty


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