Yes, if it is going to be legally registered, licensed and driven.
All registered nurses are licensed. OB is the specialty a registered nurse may have.
No. All firearms should be registered or licensed to a responsible holder to avoid accident or illegal discharge.
It depends on whether or not the vehicle or property was attended, whether or not anyone was injured or killed, and whether or not the driver was properly licensed.
Normally Registered Nurses make more than Licensed Practical Nurses.
An RN is a registered nurse, if they are not registered and licensed they cannot practice.
He can if he's licensed to do so in Pennsylvania.
Their scope of practice is different, licensed practical nurses aren't allowed to do as much as an registered nurse hence the difference in pay.
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No. Licensed Vocational Nurses and Registered Nurses are individually licensed by state. There is no "in-between."
Yes, for public school systems, they typically are Registered Nurses. Some school districts may allow Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) or Licensed Vocations Nurses (LVNs) to be a school nurse.
Any licensed dietitian is also a registered dietitian. But not the other way around. The "license" doesn't make them any more or less special, it just so happens that the particular state/company requires them to be licensed. What is most important is if they are registered or not. A registered dietitian not only has an extensive background in the biological and chemical sciences, but they have completed a dietetic internship, passed the RD exam, and continue their education to maintain their RD status.
mainly from lists of registered voters and licensed drivers
As per 2012, there are 2909357 licensed registered nurses in the USA.
You don't. You leave it to registered, licensed native animal carers to look after it.
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Drugs prescribed by a licensed practicing physician and filled by a registered pharmacist
Definitely not! Many opticians in PA are not licensed.
If you are a licensed driver but not listed on the policy the vehicle will not be covered. If you are not licensed it will be covered.
There are no registered practical nurses. There are either registered nurses or practical nurses. A registered nurse has an average salary of $55,000 per year while a licensed practical nurse averages $40,380 per year.
You might contact a licensed/registered breeder in your area and ask his advice.
Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse (diploma), Registered Nurse with B.S. degree, Nurse Practitioner. All of these are nurses.
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