whats the difference between a nurse and a registered nurse. Thanks. Whats the difference in pay??
just looking into a nursing career. Thanks.
Asked By: olegj29 - 9/28/2007
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I think the difference varies from state to state, but an R.N. is usually the most highly trained general nurse (some states have specialist nurses, like nurse anesthetist or nurse midwife that are even more highly trained). I believe a lot of states require some or a full college education for R.N.'s. A licenced... More
Answered By: Lisa B - 9/28/2007
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a RN means that person has taken the state test and passed. That's why the R stands for registered. When yur're registered you make more money.
Answered By: dollbabyii - 9/28/2007
LPN= Low paid nurse
Answered By: Randomgirl1 - 9/28/2007
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