Louisiana Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses Inc.

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The Louisiana Department of Health-Office of Public Health-Bureau of Community Preparedness seeks LPNs to serve in emergencies. The opportunities for LPNs are practically  endless! From caring for clients in shelters and clinics, manning a telephone triage line, providing client education and administering medications at a mass dispensing site, to caring for pets and their owners in co-located shelters, nurse volunteers are invaluable to the health and safety of Louisiana communities.

For more information about volunteering with Louisiana Department of Health's Louisiana's Volunteers in Action (LAVA),  see  www.ldh.la.gov/lava or phone 225-354-3508 or 354-3520. 

See scenes from past events in our gallery of photos (see MORE tab)   Please send us photos or stories about Licensed Practical Nurses who have been honored for outstanding achievement.   Help us lift up our fellow nurses who have done the extraordinary.   Please send photos in .jpg or some other accepted image file.  Text can be in .doc, .docx or .pdf format.  Send as attachments to lafedlpn@cox.net         Thank you.    
Job openings in the Shreveport area click here.  Jobseekers be aware that the Job Corps in your area is another source of hiring LPNs in addition to hospitals and nursing homes and home health agencies.

Fletcher Technical Community College in Houma LA now has available a special on-line refresher course of special interest to LPNs             http://www.fletcher.edu/health-medical-courses/

This course is for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) who have been out of practice longer than 4 years or those who have let their license expire. Students should contact LSBPNE prior to enrolling.  The course is self-paced, online and covers all topics of the LPN in Louisiana including law, nursing process, documentation, infection control, pharmacology, basic and advanced skills, geriatrics, medical surgical, obstetrics, and pediatric nursing. The course consists of eleven modules with an exam for each. Successful completion of the course must occur with an 80% or better before a temporary permit can be obtained.