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Nursing: Working with “Problem” Patients

The medical field is one of the most challenging occupations one can pursue. Clinicians often experience demanding hours, high-stress environments, and a lack of sufficient resources. Compounding all of this is the fact that, sometimes, they have to deal with difficult or “problem” patients. Whil...
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Which CNA Jobs Pay the Most?

Licensed Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) have a variety of options and settings available to them as they pursue their careers, including hospitals, home health settings, and nursing homes or long-term care facilities. There are some differences in the duties required in each of these setting...
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CNA Interview Tips

When you’ve earned your Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) credentials, you are ready to move on to the next step—landing a job in your chosen field. While you’ve likely had jobs and interviews in the past, this may be the first one in a professional setting and the process can be intimidating. Re...
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CNA and CMA: What's the Difference?

You have probably stumbled across the titles CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) and CMA (Certified Medical Assistant) if you have ever looked into a career in the medical field, been in the hospital, had a friend/family member who has spent time in a hospital, or visited a doctor’s office or urgen...
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Caring for Patients with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia can be one of the most challenging tasks a CNA faces during his or her career. In addition to taking care of the patient’s physical ailments, there are constant challenges that come with mental impairment. Often confused, patients may lash...
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Nursing: Working with “Problem” Patients

The medical field is one of the most challenging occupations one can pu

Which CNA Jobs Pay the Most?

Licensed Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) have a variety of options

CNA Interview Tips

When you’ve earned your Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) credentials,