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“Most Students Entering Nursing School Have No Idea What Nursing Is Really Like, Or If They Have What It Takes To Be A Nurse!”

Nursing School Costs Between $5,000 and $40,000 Per Semester… Are You Sure Nursing Is Right For You???
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How to Become a Process Server

Most people struggle just to get by and support their families. They work meaningless jobs for bosses who don’t appreciate them. They take home just enough to cover the bills, and they never seem to get ahead.

You know the type I’m talking about. They always seem to have plenty of money and they don’t kill themselves working long hours to get it. They drive nice cars, take nice vacations, and they have the free time to enjoy life.
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Report: Clinical trials of new medications help create jobs in Maryland

Clinical Trials is still adding jobs nationwide as we continue to search for new treatments and cures for old diseases.

 

Report: Clinical trials of new medications help create jobs in Maryland

“The report assessed the economic impact of clinical trials in the state, noting that the industry helped support 81000 jobs, total employee salaries of $1.9 billion and $71 million in Maryland taxes as of 2008. More than half of the continuing clinical …”
http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2012-05-18/business/bs-bz-maryland-clinical-trials-report-20120518_1_clinical-trials-pharmaceutical-industry-groups-job-creation

 

In this economic climate, maybe the pharmaceutical industry holds the key to creating new jobs for clinical specialist.

 

LPN Positions

LPN Positions

Licensed practical nurses (LPNs), or licensed vocational nurses (LVNs), care for people who are sick, injured, convalescent, or disabled under the direction of physicians and registered nurses. (The work of physicians and surgeons and of registered nurses is described elsewhere in the Handbook.) The nature of the direction and supervision required varies by State and job setting.

LPNs care for patients in many ways. Often, they provide basic bedside care. Many LPNs measure and record patients’ vital signs such as height, weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration. They also prepare and give injections and enemas, monitor catheters, dress wounds, and give alcohol rubs and massages. To help keep patients comfortable, they assist with bathing, dressing, and personal hygiene, moving in bed, standing, and walking. They might also feed patients who need help eating. Experienced LPNs may supervise nursing assistants and aides.

As part of their work, LPNs collect samples for testing, perform routine laboratory tests, and record food and fluid intake and output. They clean and monitor medical equipment. Sometimes, they help physicians and registered nurses perform tests and procedures. Some LPNs help to deliver, care for, and feed infants.

LPNs also monitor their patients and report adverse reactions to medications or treatments. LPNs gather information from patients, including their health history and how they are currently feeling. They may use this information to complete insurance forms, pre-authorizations, and referrals, and they share information with registered nurses and doctors to help determine the best course of care for a patient. LPNs often teach family members how to care for a relative or teach patients about good health habits.

Most LPNs are generalists and will work in any area of healthcare. However, some work in a specialized setting, such as a nursing home, a doctor’s office, or in home healthcare. LPNs in nursing care facilities help to evaluate residents’ needs, develop care plans, and supervise the care provided by nursing aides. In doctors’ offices and clinics, they may be responsible for making appointments, keeping records, and performing other clerical duties. LPNs who work in home healthcare may prepare meals and teach family members simple nursing tasks.

In some States, LPNs are permitted to administer prescribed medicines, start intravenous fluids, and provide care to ventilator-dependent patients.

Work environment. Most licensed practical nurses work a 40-hour week. In some work settings where patients need round-the-clock care, LPNs may have to work nights, weekends, and holidays. About 18 percent of LPNs and LVN’s worked part-time in 2008. They often stand for long periods and help patients move in bed, stand, or walk.

LPNs may face hazards from caustic chemicals, radiation, and infectious diseases. They are subject to back injuries when moving patients. They often must deal with the stress of heavy workloads. In addition, the patients they care for may be confused, agitated, or uncooperative.


Licensed practical nurses may assist patients with bathing, dressing, standing, and walking.

LPN Jobs

Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses held about 753,600 jobs in 2008. About 25 percent of LPNs worked in hospitals, 28 percent in nursing care facilities, and another 12 percent in offices of physicians. Others worked for home healthcare services; employment services; residential care facilities; community care facilities for the elderly; outpatient care centers; and Federal, State, and local government agencies

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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