mysty 489 Views
Joined: Mar 20, '08;
Posts: 6 (0% Liked)
Hello, I have been out of the loop for a while. I think I need some support from others. I was a medical assistant and working (very nasty administrator), I then had to dtop working and take care of my mother who was ailing at the time. My husband is very supportive and thank goodness. I took care of her for 2 years. To the hospital, day or night (thank the lord she only lived 5 miles from me) Back on track, should I continue to go through nursing school for LPN/LVN? I would like to but I am feeling stuck, I lost my mom on Sept. 11, 2007 and I am still sick but I want to go on with my life. I did my best.
I'm so glad we have our own "space"!
I am on "spring break" this week from my 15 month-long LPN program. I have 2 quarters to go and it's uphill all the way!
We've had one quarter of med-surg clinicals, but didn't get much experience d/t holidays and only one day of clinicals per week. Next quarter, we do pediatrics and maternity.
I am 40 years old, married for 18 1/2 years and have two children ages 12 and 15. This is my second career.
I look forward to getting to know all of you and helping to support each other thorugh our journeys![/quote Hello I am also 40 and am going back and forth with the idea of Lpn school. I have no children yet, but a great husband. I have gone through Medical Assisting training and their is not much out there. I need some advice if I should go on with it?
Is anyone going to attend Dover Business School in New Jersey? If so, could you tell me how much is the program and do you like it?
What is the difference between a LPN and a MA?
Yes lpn's are being phased out, that is why I don't understand the nursing shortage, which there isn't one?
I am replying to your ad, yes LPN"s are only limited to handing out med's for Nursing homes. After all that school, what a waste? Try to get another job? Good Luck?
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