i ask because this was something i wanted to go into. right now i am an STNA (CNA) and i work closely with LPN's in a nursing home...i noticed all they really get to do is stand and chop pills and feed pills all day. i dont think i would want to spend 2 years in school to end up doing a job like that. i actually prefer being an aide, getting to know the patients and giving direct care and spending quality time. but it would be great to work in a similar environment making twice as much money...
my question is, where can LPN's work and what are some of the tasks they can do in various medical settings? or is it all about administering meds?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:20 AM on Jun. 15, 2009 in Money & Work
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