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  1. Not currently working
    I recently quit my job at a LTC facility. I never had time for my residents, much less time for a much needed break. I was in charge of 19-30 residents, and 1-2 CNA's in an eight hour shift. I had to...
    Nov 15, '09
    Forum: Kentucky Nursing
  2. Thank goodness for allnurses...I have a meeting with a TCN "advisor" tomorrow.
    I AM HAPPY TO HERE YOU DID NOT SIGN-UP WITH TCN. I ALMOST DID ALSO. THEY ARE WAY TOO HIGH IN COST. I BOUGHT THEIR BOOKS OFF OF E-BAY TO CLEP OUT OF SOME CLASSES. I HAVE NOT USED THE BOOKS, I...
    May 13, '09
    Forum: Nursing Online Distance Learning
  3. Not Much difference in job duties by a PCA and LPN?
    There is a big difference in the job duties of a PCA and a LPN. I work on a med/surg unit at the local hospital as a LPN and I do just about everything the RN's do. I start care plans, admission...
    Mar 6, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  4. ISU Fall 2009 online bridge program
    I have applied to the ISU LPN-BSN program. I am waiting for my DARS report.
    Feb 26, '09
    Forum: Idaho Nursing
  5. Taking NCLEX this Feb 25
    I took the NCLEX-PN on July 5, 2008 and passed the first time with 75 questions. I went through the HURST Review classes and studied my ATI and NCLEX books. I felt like not much of this helped me. I...
    Feb 23, '09
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  6. How to study for the NLN ACE-1 exam for bridge program
    I took the ACE-1 Exam July 2008 in KY. I thought it was harder than the NCLEX. I looked over my med/surg book, but I thought it was a lot of critical thinking. Most of my nursing exams were...
    Feb 23, '09
    Forum: LPN to RN Nursing Student
  7. VEEB LPN Program (info request)
    When I went through my LPN program in Owensboro, KY, Jan 07-May 08. It was very difficult. We had to EAT, DRINK, and SLEEP nursing. We started out with 28 students and only 13 of us graduated. ...
    Feb 21, '09
    Forum: New York Nursing
  8. medication aide
    Check with the facility you work at or your local community college.
    Feb 21, '09
    Forum: Texas Nursing
  9. Am I too old to fulfill my original dream?
    You are never too old to fullfil your dreams. The majority of my LPN class was 45-60 years old. I think when you are older, you know more and you are more dedicated. So "Rock On", and goodluck.
    Feb 21, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion


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