Im a SAHM but i dont want to be that forever. I want to pursue a career in nursing but had a few questions. I have never gone to college so I'm not sure how exactly it works. How long would school take including general ed if I chose to get my associates in nursing. Is there any way I can specialize in labor and delivery? What is the fastest way to accomplish this. Any answers or advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks a bunch!
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............Cont.......I do NOT recommend going for your LPN. First hand as an RN, I don't like working with LPNs. And most RNs will tell you the same thing. Honestly, I dont' know why thats even still around. Why.....lets say I go in and work a 12hr shift. I have 8 patients, and LPN has 8 patients.....in EVERY hospital I have worked, which it does vary, LPNs are not allowed to do certain things(passing of certain meds, drsng changes, and RNs have to sign off on LPN chartings, etc...) So, I have to do my work plus the work they can not do. Like I said, most RNs will not tell you, buy will not like working with LPNs. Good luck in your researching.