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  • Re: travel nurse

    kelly harwell:I have been a travel nurse for 2 years. I travel with my wife (who is also a travel nurse) and&nbsp;I love it! &nbsp;We got started by finding agencies online, and filling out their applications. You can also call them and talk with a recruiter live. Once you find an agency that has work in an area that you'd like to travel to, i'd ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by NurseHygienist2 on December 16, 2007
  • Re: Exit exams for LPN schools????Pls Help

    Oh, my... I cannot think of any time that I have ever taken a class that 60% or even 68% was considered passing! In Dental Hygiene school, our minimum was 83% on most tests, with a retake allowed if we did fail. Even the NLN test we have to take in order to qualify for the Bridge from LPN to RN at my Alma Mater is 73%.&nbsp;As student ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by NurseHygienist2 on December 16, 2007
  • Re: private duty nursing

    I have in the past, but because so many families have pets (and I am allergic), I do it only on very rare occasions, since most of the time, private duty nursing is home care here.
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by NurseHygienist2 on December 16, 2007
  • Re: RE:Nursing shortage

    Wendy Newcomer:As an LPN of over 34 years I've heard for a long time that we'd be ''phased out.''&nbsp; I haven't seen this happen during my career and I'm still working.&nbsp; Nursing in our field has provided me a wide variety of assignments; everything from hospital ICU/CCU to home care and hospice.&nbsp; It is true many of us can nurse ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by NurseHygienist2 on November 20, 2007