LPN Bridge Programs

Licensed practical nurses are an invaluable and indispensable part of healthcare teams nationwide. From hospitals and extended care facilities to clinics and doctor offices, LPN's can be found helping patients and providing quality care. Being a practical nurse is a challenging but rewarding career choice. If you love helping patients with your knowledge and caring touch, you may want to continue your nursing education. Furthering your education allows for career advancement and opens many responsibilities. For the LPN, the next logical step is to become a Registered Nurse (RN). Becoming an RN allows you to serve and assist patients in better ways. There are many different specialties to learn about and work in. From gerontology to operating room nurse, find a passion. There are many different educational levels and modes of training for nurses. It can be confusing and the decision may be hard to make. You can also read about becoming an LPN here. Read our guides below on various LPN Bridge Programs to discover the different educational options, advantages, and disadvantages. From the most entry level position in the nursing field the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) to advance practice nurses, each has their own educational requirements, certification/licensure requirements, and of course responsibilities and duties.

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Daniel Bair, LPN

Daniel Bair, LPN is a 2012 graduate of practical nursing school. Being relatively new to nursing he offers a different point of view and a fresh take on nursing and related topics. He likes to spread the word about issues pertinent to nursing. He loves to dispel myths and misinformation about healthcare and nurses through medical writing. Experience caring for geriatric populations in acute and long-term care settings has provided invaluable experiences and has increased his appreciation and fondness for the elderly population. In addition to geriatrics, patient advocacy and holistic nursing care are areas of special interest.

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