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  1. I had a question for labor and delivery nurses. I will begin nursing school in August and dream of being a labor and delivery nurse. I currently work in a children’s hospital as a nurse tech. I know it is cliched to want to work in L&D but I feel it has a different meaning for me. When I had my second child, I had a rough delivery and my nurse was absolutely amazing. I decided after having my baby, that I wanted to be that kind of a nurse to another mom. I wanted to show the same support and love that I received while having my child. Anyways, what would I need to do in order to achieve those dreams of being a L&D nurse? I would like all and any information possible. Thank you!
  2. As my title suggest, I am a mom who is taking her first night shift CNA position. I will be working part time as well. Anyways, my question is what does a typical schedule look like to night shift nurses? Meaning what you do after work and how do you make night shift blend with home.
  3. kkb91

    CNA, Mom and first time working night shift

    My kids are 6 and 3.5. My 6 year old goes to school full time. My 3.5 year old goes to school 3 days a week.
  4. I know this is old but I've run into this problem. I'm moving out of state in July and am in a program for my LPN. It won't allow me to get my LPN in the other state because it's not ACEN. Should I continue going with this program or would it be wise to just drop and wait to get into a program when I move?