yourawonder 584 Views
Joined: Mar 26, '13;
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Go for your LPN first, then if they offer it in your area take an LPN to RN transition course. This is what i planned to do, (but never did). All things considered, get your RN. As an LPN you end up doing a lot of what RN's can do, but for at least $5- $10 an hour less.
I'm a staff Lpn that works in an ALF in Florida. Today I heard a that marketing wants to move in a resident that has a morphine pump, and that the administration is considering it. I have looked under Florida ALF regulations and cannot find a statute that addresses the issue.I'm very concerned, as ALFs are not staffed for this, and I fear for the resident's well being and my license. Help ! Anyone know ??
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