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They may forget your name...

When you have a million patients with a million needs, it can be easy to hurry through your job or view it with a “checklist” mentality. When you find yourself starting to struggle on the job, stop a moment, take a deep breath, and remember the most important thing: your patients. Though you may ...
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The Role and Responsibilities of a CNA

What does a CNA do every day at work? There are a million and one things, but we’ve highlighted 5 really important ones! Assisting patients with ADL’s CNAs are largely responsible for assisting patients with activities of daily living, or ADL’s in medical jargon. This means CNAs help patients ...
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Preventing On-The-Job Injury as a CNA

Construction worker… miner… nurse aide? While you may not think of Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) as having a “tough” job, their day-to-day tasks can be just as dangerous as working in construction or mining. Back and shoulder strains are the most commonly reported injuries in the field, as ...
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