LPN

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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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These new LPNs will help our healthcare partners address the needs of an increasingly older population.
A greater proportion of rural NB RNs held a bachelor's degree in nursing as their highest nursing credential compared to rural RNs in Canada overall; and all rural NB LPNs held a diploma, which is similar to rural LPNs across Canada.
We are in the process of implementing team-based care throughout our 32-location health care system and have found that using CMAs and LPNs to assist with documentation is a "win" for everyone.
Results: The results showed that bone mineral densities in irradiated mice administered LPNS were significantly increased compared to those in irradiated mice which had not received LPNS.
According to the revised statement, both RNs and LPNs may pronounce death, under certain circumstances.
Services are given by compassionate CNAs, RNs, and LPNs.
25% LPNs due in 2019 issued by Finance & Credit Ukraine BV through a successful exchange offer and consent solicitation process.
The event brought together the emerging leaders of LPNs for eye health, dentistry and pharmacy, providing them with the opportunity to share experiences and learning, as well as hear from national leaders about NHS England's strategic plans.
issuance of LPNs through Renaissance Consumer Funding Limited -- an
This product for Tennessee's Licensed Practical Nurses includes online services to help LPNs stay informed on issues related to their nursing practice and network with other LPNs across the state.
The two research questions that guided this study were: a) What are the differences in UI attitude and knowledge between RNs, LPNs, and certified nursing assistants (CNAs); and b) are there changes in attitude and knowledge about UI among nursing care staff after educational in-services and the placement and utilization of a bladder ultrasound scanner in a skilled nursing facility?