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LPN

abbr.
licensed practical nurse

LPN

licensed practical nurse.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.LPN - a nurse who has enough training to be licensed by a state to provide routine care for the sick
nurse - one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician)
Translations

LPN

[ˌɛlpiːˈɛn] n abbr (US) (=Licensed Practical Nurse) → infirmier/ière diplômé(e)

LPN

[ˌɛlpiːˈɛn] n abbr (Am) =Licensed Practical Nurseinfermiere/a diplomato/a
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Donarae Metcalf, LPN, and Sandra Norton, LNA, each served two terms with dedication, generously contributing their expertise and perspectives to the Board's consideration of practice, education, and disciplinary issues.
SCNA is an organization that was founded in 1907, before the LPN license was created, and is an organization for RNs and APRNs.
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