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About Lynda Lampert, RN

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Lynda Lampert is a freelance medical writer and registered nurse who spent three years working the floor in med-surg. She makes her living educating the internet public about all sorts of medical conditions and procedures.

Posts by Lynda Lampert, RN:

NP – Nurse Practitioner

NP – Nurse Practitioner

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Certified registered nurse practitioners (alternately referred to as an NP or CRNP) are popular among healthcare providers and insurance companies alike.  This is because they are primarily used as “doctor extenders.”  A CRNP can examine, diagnose, and treat most problems a patient may be presented with.  To become a nurse practitioner, you need to be(…)

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant

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For those who like working closely with people, caring for the sick, and working in a medical environment, they would be well advised to try out for a job as a certified nursing assistant, or CNA.  Working as a nursing assistant is hard work, but it is very rewarding for the closeness you develop with(…)

Nursing Schools

Nursing Schools

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So you’ve decided that nursing is for you.  You are ready to make the commitment to caring for the health of others.  Finding a nursing school is your next step towards making your dreams a reality.  Nursing schools come in all shapes and sizes.  You need to do your homework to make the best decision(…)

Types of Nursing Programs

Types of Nursing Programs

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Because there are just as many types of nursing programs as there are different types of nurses, deciding which one is right for you may seem a little overwhelming. Nonetheless, identifying the program that best meets your needs is actually not as difficult as you might think. It really just comes down to having a(…)

Nursing FAQs

Nursing FAQs

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If you are compassionate, like working with people, and enjoy being in fast-paced, challenging situations, a career in nursing may be right for you.  Demand for nurses is extremely high all over the U.S., and it is possible to earn some nursing degrees and entry-level certifications in two years or less.  Best of all, with(…)