Minnesota LPN Schools.
Nursing is one of the most in-demand careers right now. Training as an licensed practical nurse - also called a licensed vocational nurse (LVN), in some areas - can help you prepare for this career. LPN programs in Minnesota take about two years to complete. To be eligible to take their National Council Licensure Exam, students need to complete training that covers four basic areas, including safe care environments and health promotion. Nurse training programs include information on patient care and assessment, communication, pathology, medical terminology, physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, and various types of nursing care. This enables students to monitor patients, take vital signs, and work with registered nurses and doctors.
Schools offering Practical Nursing Programs in Minnesota
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