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Understanding LPN Licensing in New York

In the state of New York, individuals who are interested in becoming LPNs, or Licensed Practical Nurses, must meet standard examination and education requirements, have a high school degree or high school degree equivalent, be at least seventeen years of age, and have good moral character. If you meet these requirements and intend to be a Licensed Practical Nurse in the state of New York, then an application must be filed for licensure.

In addition to the application for licensure, there are a variety of other small forms that must be completed, along with the payment of a fee. It is important to make sure that all appropriate forms, applications, and fees have been submitted. The specific requirements for licensure are contained in Title 8, Article 139 (http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/nurse/article139.htm), Sections 6905 and 6906 of New York State Education Law and Part 64 (http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/nurse/part64.htm) of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education 1. A complete list of forms, applications, and fees can be found at NYSED.gov.

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4 National Nursing Associations You Should Know

The leading medical practitioners across America have an astute responsibility to meet the needs of everyday people, while at the same time continuing to stay in tune with medical advancements and maintain a strong, committed and unbiased approach to medicine and patients that they serve. Medical practitioners are expected to adhere to strict policies, guidelines and standards at all times; for that purpose there are esteemed organizations such as the ones listed in this article to assist them in their journey.

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4 Quick Job Searching Tips for Nurses

In a difficult economy, it can be pretty hard to find a job, or some way to make money. When you're looking for a nursing job, it can be even harder. There's not a lot of organizations out there hiring people from the greater public, without any experience in their particular field. Worse, job seekers often don't know how to go about finding such a job, often thinking it involves a different mindset than looking for regular, paid work. But in many ways, the tools you use to find a non-profit position are very similar to the ones you would use in any other situation. Here's some tips to help you search for, and find a job.

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Top 20 New York Job Resources

Are you looking for more resources for your job search? We have put together a list of some helpful websites that you can use. Do you know of a useful New York based job resource that we should add to this list? Just send us an email and we will check it out.

  • New York State Job Search
    "An integrated suite of national web sites that help businesses, job seekers, students, and workforce professionals find employment and career resources." (Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.)
  • Workers with Disabilities Program
    New York Governor's program to hire people with disabilities and veterans with disabilities to place individuals in state jobs
  • Career Mobility Office
    New York State resource for job seekers that helps develop a career plan, develop a resume, and prepare for job interviews

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Licensed Nursing Jobs: What You Should Know

In the licensed nursing field there are a series of professional degrees and certifications that will define not only one’s title, but also dictate what types of tasks and responsibilities they can expect to engage in. Within the realm of the nursing profession there are various levels one can attain which include training to become a:

  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

  • Registered Nurse (RN)

  • Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)

  • Nurse Practitioner (NP)

Each of these titles within the nursing field bring with them definitive training on various levels. Additionally, depending on which type of nursing one chooses to be trained and skilled in, the daily tasks will vary, as will the expectations, movement within the agencies they work for and will affect the types of wages earned. Deciding which degreed or certified program one should enter should depend on the job preferences they have, the level of commitment to schooling and training and the desired income they wish to obtain. In licensed nursing jobs here is what you should know.

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2014 LPN Jobs Forecast

Even in a slumping economy those who are on their nursing degree journey or are about to graduate can rest assured that the field they have chosen to embark on is one that is solidified, secure and financially sound. The Licensed Practical Nurses Jobs Outlook is forecasting stellar possibilities for not only 2014, but well beyond.

Licensed Practical Nurses can plan on a career fraught with human interaction and care. Working under the supervision of a Registered Nurse, the degree program itself can be completed in as little as one year. Directly upon graduation, a LPN will need to take a state certified exam and pass before they are able to seek work in this profession.

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