Can LPNs work as a CNA?

Answer CNAs (certified nursing assistants) must complete a 75-hour training program and pass a state-administered examination. LPNs (licensed practical nurses) can become CNAs if they complete an approved... Read More »

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Where can LPNs work?

The health industry for a licensed practical nurse has a good job outlook over the next few years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. A large portion of the job opportunities for an LPN a... Read More »

Can Florida LPNs work in California?

A licensed practical nurse (LPN) from Florida who wants to work in California must meet certain requirements to receive a "licensure by endorsement." Candidates must hold a valid nursing license an... Read More »

How much do LPNs get paid?

The typical LPN earned a salary of $39,030 in 2008, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, average wages vary from city to city and by employer type. Those who work in employmen... Read More »

CEUs for LPNs in Massachusetts?

After a licensed practical nurse receives training and passes the National Council Licensure Examination, a LPN applies to her state nursing board for a nursing license. Once granted, LPNs must com... Read More »