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Essential LPN Skills Checklist

The Essential LPN Skills You'll Learn While in School The great thing about a Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) training program is that everything you learn is meant to be applicable to your job. Luckily enough, the job outlook in the United States for LPNs is rising...

What is Practical Nursing, and Why Should You Get Involved?

If you're considering a career in the healthcare field, there is no better time to begin. There is a nursing shortage in this country that is growing larger every year, which has a major impact on American lives. The supply of qualified nurses is falling far short of...

5 LPN Specialties You Can Pursue After Graduation

When you have a good plan, it's almost impossible to fail. Driving directions to show you where to turn and which exit to take, to get to your destination. A folded map when you're traveling in a foreign city, to help you decode street names and not fall in...

Amid the Nursing Shortage, Are LPNs in Demand?

If there ever was a time to give back to the vulnerable people in our communities, it is now. Those sick with COVID-19 have a steep hill to climb, with many barriers, before reaching recovery. Can you imagine being in the hospital with this scary virus, and you are...

LPN Degree vs. LPN Diploma: What You Should Know

Considering nursing school, but not quite sure where to start? Many nurses get their foot in the door as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). It’s a fantastic way to get down the nuts-and-bolts of nursing, and even to test the waters to make sure that you enjoy the field...

CNA to LPN: What You Should Know

It’s always a good idea to test out the waters of a career path before diving right in. Sometimes you can get a taste for a class or topic that you like, in high school. Other times, it’s through a family business or early job, that you begin to understand what your...

How to Choose an LPN Nurse Training School

Licensed practical nursing is a great gateway into the nursing field. Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are fundamental to healthcare, providing basic patient care for those in need. If you dream of becoming a nurse and wish to start training and working fast, the LPN...

LPN Education Requirements in Connecticut

What does it take to become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)? Besides your own hard work and passion through an educational program, it also takes meeting a few state-mandated requirements. LPN coursework is set up to prepare you for your career as a nurse, as well as...

The LPN Job Outlook in Connecticut

Over 300 available LPN jobs by 2026. $28 an hour. An average, annual salary of more than $58k. Can you believe that these opportunities are within reach after just 16 months of school? The Department of Labor tells us that the time to pursue a nursing career in...

3 Nursing School Options for Those Just Starting Out

Whether you’re a high school senior wondering what your next steps will be, or you’re a second-career starter, jumping into the nursing field is something that you can do with your eyes wide open... and little to no experience! Thanks to the many entry-level,...

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