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What is the job of a licensed practical nurse?

  That totally depends on where you work. An LPN in a physician's office may do similar work to that of an RN but it is quite different in a hospital. The LPN always works (MORE)

How much do you get paid for being a nurse or a licensed practical nurse?

This is for LPNs not RNs: It depends on where you work. Hospitals tend to pay less but give you more hours, $11.00 to $18.00 an hour, usually 12 hour shifts, of course this de (MORE)

What are the duties of a licensed practical nurse?

The LPN is skilled in many areas of nursing and depending upon the state or area they are working can do (more or less): wound irrigation, dressing changes, giving a patient m (MORE)

Describe the value of nursing theory to nursing practice?

Nursing theory has been gradually built as a result of a great deal of research, thought, and principled analysis bringing nursing and other disciplines together. The body of (MORE)

What is the difference bewtween a nurse practitioner and a practical nurse?

  A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse with advanced training that allows for a greater scope of practice than a registered nurse. Nurse practitioners are Master's p (MORE)

What is the difference between an Advanced Practice Nurse and a Nurse Practictioner?

An advanced practice nurse is an RN (registered nurse) who has completed an MSN (masters degree). There are different types of APRN's (dpending upon your focus of study during (MORE)