LPN’s: The Responsibilities

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Posted on 31st March 2010 by admin in Uncategorized

The responsiblities of a new nurse are exciting and refreshing.  If you are transitioning from being a student at LPN schools to becoming an LPN (licensed practical nurse), you should be proud and prepared to make a difference on any allied health team you choose to work with.  A nurse is a professional caregiver, and someone who works with the patient to advocate their wishes.  LPN’s promote health, educate clients and their families, strive to eliminate pain and suffering, and reassure and comfort patients.  A nurse has a great physical and sometimes emotional responsiblity to take careful care and treat patents.  Nursing is one of the most rewarding professions, and yet at times can be frustrating, draining, and a thankless job.  An LPN is a highly skilled individual who learns to combine the scientific aspect of health care with the fine intuitive art of caring.  The world of nursing will welcome you as you embark on your new career.  Know that you have made a wise and wonderful choice to give of yourself and to help make a difference in someone else’s life every day.  Being an LPN can bring a great deal of joy in exchange for countless hours of heartfelt love.  The allied health field of nursing will require a great deal of physical stamina and a strong sense of humor at times in order to perform your daily tasks.  Let us help you to keep a light heart.  Read our blog daily to learn little tips and tid bits to make your job, and your life a positive contribution.  More encouragement tomorrow.  Join us.

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