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 Should a school nurse be a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse?

Answer Every state requires that school nurses hold a registered nursing (RN) license. Depending on the state, additional certification may be required. The National Board for Certification of School Nurs... Read More »
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What is the difference between a family nurse practitioner and an advanced practice nurse?

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Home Health Nurse Vs. Acute Care Setting Nurse?

Nursing care can be effectively provided in a variety of settings. For example, the home health nurse provides nursing care in the patient's place of residence. The acute care nurse provides care i... Read More »
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Is a registered nurse first assistant a clinical nurse specialist?

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What Is The Difference Between a Nurse's Aide&a Nurse's Assistant?

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