After you decide the perfect LPN School for you, LPN classes will provide you

  1. Introduction to Nursing and the Role of the Licensed Practical Nurse.
  • Nursing history
  • LPN roles, responsibilities and scope of practice
  • LPN practices nursing care settings,
  • Nursing process components that include:
    • Patients assessment
    • Patients diagnosis
    • Care planning
    • Implementation of care
    • Evaluation
  • Nurse critical thinking for nursing and attention to patients
  • Relationship between nurse and patient
  • Communicate with the patient, family members and other healthcare team members.

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  1. Aspects of Nursing LPN classes will provide you regarding:

  • Legal system, laws and ethical principles and practices
  • Cultural factors
  • Standards of nursing care
  • The board of nursing role
  • Malpractice and negligence aspects
  • Confidentiality of patient’s privacy
  • Children, elders and spouses abuse or neglect
  • The American Nurses’ Association Code of Ethics
  1. Anatomy and Physiology LPN classes will provide you regarding:

  • Anatomical and physiological terminology
  • Cellular structures and functions
  • Tissues
  • Membranes
  • Organs and systems
  1. Health History LPN classes will provide you regarding:

  • Types of data
  • Methods of data collection
  • Conducting the health history interview process
  • The components of the health history
  • Risk factors, signs and symptoms
  • Medication reconciliation
  1. Physical Examination LPN classes will provide you regarding:

  • Physical assessment techniques
  • Performing a complete and systematic head to toe physical assessment
  • Taking and interpreting vital signs
  • Applying the nursing process to patient assessment
  1. Documentation LPN classes will provide you regarding:

  • The primary documentation guidelines
  • The documentation legal aspects
  • Documentation methods
  • Documentation and charting forms:

Patient Lifespan LPN classes will provide you regarding:

  • Psychosocial development:
  • Cognitive development
  • Motor and mobility development
  • Communication and language development
  • Health promotion activities when caring different kinds of patients
  • Types of families
  • The stages of family development

Patient Safety LPN classes will provide you regarding:

  • JCAHO, OSHA and CDC safety standards
  • National Patient Safety Goals for acute and long-term care
  • Reporting incidents and accidents
  • Sentinel events
  • Healthcare provider errors and mistakes
  • Safety hazards along the life span
  • Basic safety precautions
  • Falls and falls prevention
  • Physical and chemical restraints
  • A restraint free environment
  • The correct restraining application
  • Psychological crisis and risk of suicide
  • Environmental safety standards
  • Preventing and managing internal disasters
  • Managing external disasters
  • Body mechanics


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