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    :typing I graduated in Calgary Alberta at AVC in 95,currently live and work in Regina Sask.... to all LPN'S workin hard.

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    For what it's worth, LPN'S are paid better in sask and yes you are able to find positions....not to mention that we do have some exellent nursing managers on staff in Regina. I graduated the LPN course and lived in Calgary until the cost of living became too much. All I can say is this .....do what you need to do for your family, at the end of the day that is all that matters...family 1st.

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    Thanks again wayne my night shift went very well and I feel better today than when I posted. You're a sweetie.

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    You know, I needed to hear that and you are absolutely right. I'm off to my last 12hr shift shortly and thankfully most of our pts have taken loa's to their homes for the weekend. I'm then off for a couple of days to take an I.M course.I want to thank you for the words of wisdom. tina

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    I'm really glad to hear that I'm not the only one who has felt this way. I've done LTC, pallative care, post op and am currently doing adult rehab. I got bumped about 3 years ago so took the position in rehab. Don't get me wrong I love being an LPN but these days I don't feel like I have much patience for patients who wear the poor me badge or for those who have decided that they have the right to abuse you because they feel they are paying your wage even though we all pay taxes. Or how about those patients that are very capable of wiping their own ass but refuse too.Know what I mean? I'm sure most of us have had that experience. thx W:spin:

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    LynnHaney likes this.

    Hi I'm an LPN in SASK and i would like to hear from other LPN's that are begining or have been feeling burnt out. I've been working consistantly since graduating in 95 and am feeling out of sorts with life i guess. Anyone else feeling this way?

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    Hi , I work in sask and in adult rehab. Currently our boss has all the LPN's upgrading those that are lacking in certain areas of nursing are to complete their education so the expectation is for the LPN to work full scope.



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