We the undersigned
Opposing these changes is a matter of protecting patients and maintaining public safety. We are responsible for patients with increasing complexities, more needs and greater technology available to them. Now is not the time to diminish the level of education required to provide the best possible outcomes for our patients.
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Jeannie franklin, United States4 years ago Comments: -
Pamela Hetzel, United States4 years ago Comments: LPNs are not educated to make the kinds of decisions that the RN has to make each day and most RNs are not comfortable signing off on the assessment of another person who is not of equal training. There are exceptions, of course, but who wants to be a glorified IV nurse when most of us became nurses to be at the bedside.
Sashi Solomon, ARNP-BC, United States4 years ago Comments: -
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