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All requests for scholarships shall be made on the Arthur Davis LPN to RN Scholarship Program Application form available from the Tennessee Nurses Foundation by calling 615-254-0350 or emailing tnf@tnaonline.
A total of 79 applicants were selected to receive loans; 72 were made to RNs (or higher) and 7 loans were made to applicants pursuing a LPN degree.
The LPN subpart explains the LPN scope of practice as "a scope of basic nursing practice, with or without compensation, as delegated by a registered professional nurse or an advanced practice nurse or as directed by a physician assistant, physician, dentist or podiatrist" and the scope includes eight activities listed in the regulations (such as implementing aspects of the plan of care as delegated), as well as "other activities requiring a like skill level for which the LPN is properly trained.
The LPN program at a state technical high school costs each student about $5,000.
To complete the theory requirements of the course, the LPN must achieve 80% on a theory exam.
In these situations, the LPN is much like a registered nurse providing private duty nursing and, as with a registered nurse, would be treated as an independent contractor.
Each quarter, one individual will be awarded an LPN to RN online learning scholarship for nursing courses and a NAPNES Certificate scholarship will be awarded.
The event was part of a LPN scheme between seven schools on Teesside.
Adding the Associate's Degree and Mobility Bridge Transfer option at the Moorhead campus will allow Rasmussen College to enhance and educate current LPN nurses and students seeking a registered nursing career to meet the increasing complexity of care needs in Minnesota and North Dakota.
Once here in the United States, Sue earned her LPN degree from Assabet Valley LPN Program in Marlboro.