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National Diabetes Awareness Month: The Difference Between Type 1 & Type 2 Diabetes

by Tim Brunicardi

Since November is National Diabetes Month, we're exploring topics on this disease which currently effects nearly 30.3 million Americans. This second blog discusses the differences between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes.

National Diabetes Awareness Month: What Is Diabetes?

by Tim Brunicardi

Since November is National Diabetes Month, our next three blogs are dedicated to exploring this disease which currently effects nearly 30.3 million Americans. This first blog discusses the topic of what diabetes is.

Learning More About Hocking College's PN2RN Transition Program

by Tim Brunicardi

Are you a licensed practical nurse (LPN) and is interested in becoming a registered nurse (RN)? If so, you should consider Hocking College's PN2RN Transition Program.

National Nurses Week: What Do LPNs & RNs Need In Addition to a Degree?

by Tim Brunicardi

When anyone makes the decision to become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or a Registered Nurse (RN), there are specific skills they need to be taught. However, there are some essential qualities all LPNs and RNs need that simply can’t be acquired in a classroom.

National Nurses Week: What Are The Advantages of Becoming a RN or LPN?

by Tim Brunicardi

While many professions in the health care industry have a multitude of advantages, perhaps none can compare to being a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). In addition to being extremely lucrative, both positions have a rich and esteemed history of service to others. The following examples illustrate how both career paths can benefit the title holder:

National Nurses Week: How RNs Differ From LPNs

by Tim Brunicardi

Have you ever wondered what’s the difference between a Registered Nurse (RN) and a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)While both positions support and promote the care of their patients, there are many differences that distinguish one job from the other.

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