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The main goal of this website is to be one of the best resources available on the internet for LPN-related information. To make this happen, a lot of time and effort has been put into creating and curating the content on this site. Hopefully, that makes this site a great place to read about a wide range of LPN information, including some information about the process of becoming an LPN and other relevant information that a person who wants to learn more about the profession may find interesting. Whether you’re interested in reading about salary information or looking on the state-specific pages for more detailed information, there is a lot of great information here, so please feel free to look around.
You’ll also find a blog section with a lot of great articles and information related to the field of Licensed Practical Nursing and nursing in general. Whether you’re someone who’s just begun to think about the idea of being an LPN or someone who has already made the decision to become an LPN, there’s information here for everyone.
If you’re already an LPN and looking to expand your nursing career, or looking to grown from a basic nursing certification to LPN licensure, we have great resources to help with your transition. Simply choose the page that interests you to learn more!
- CNA to LPN – Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant is a great first step in your nursing career. After you’re comfortable with the role, consider pursuing a LPN license.
- MA to LPN – There are many great bridge programs to move from the more clerical role of a Medical Assistant to the patient care role of an LPN.
- LPN to ADN – By obtaining an Associate of Applied Science in nursing education, or ADN, you can jump-start your nursing career with the option to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX-RN) to be licensed as a Registered Nurse.
- LPN to RN – To become a Registered Nurse, you must get either an associate’s degree (ADN) or a bachelor’s degree (BSN) and pass the NCLEX exam.
- LPN to BSN – Further your education and training from an LPN to become a Registered Nurse (RN). One excellent way to do this is to complete a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree, or BSN.
- LPN Continuing Education – As the nursing field is constantly changing, continuing education hours are required in many states for Licensed Practical Nurses. LPN Continuing Education Units (LPN CEU) are made and taught by nursing professionals and are approved by each state to be accepted by that state’s nursing board.
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