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Certified nursing assistant (CNA) information and online certification.

Do you know what means CNA? CNA is certified nursing assistant. Main function is to help clients with health problems under supervision of a Licensed Practical Nurse or a Registered Nurse. Nursing Assistant should observe certain ethical standards.

Nursing assistant has certain regular responsibilities, and these responsibilities will base on where you live or work. They can work in different directions: hospitals, nursing homes, personal homes, adult day care centers. The nursing assistant improves quality of life of sick people. It doesn't matter how old is client or what nationality he belong.

Support CNA:
Nursing assistance has daily contacts with clients that have health problems, so they can gather valuable information about conditions and other important things concerning the patient. All gathered information nursing assistance can transmit to their supervisors.

What is CNA?

CNA is a good salary:

Average level CNA (Nurse Aide): $26,900 annualy - more about Annual salaries For Certified Nursing Assistant

CNA is helping people:

Bathing, feding patients, assisting with medical equipment, monitoring patient vital signs - and other Daily duties of Certified Nursing Assistance

CNA is a passed exam:

In order to work as CNA you need to pass a competency examination - Guide on taking the CNA Competency Exam

CNA is inside power:

Empathy, warmth and compassion are three more very important traits of character and these traits must to come naturally from within. Personal Qualities of Certified Nursing Assistant CNA

We provide the small list of specializations, so you can compare and choose that most of all suits you.
  • Orderlies.
  • Psychiatric Aides.
  • Medical Assistants.
  • Certified Nurse Assistants/Aides.
Certified Nurse Assistants/Aides play a key role, but orderlies almost doesn't contact with patients.

So when you will complete training you will need to take competency exam that test both your practical skills and book knowledge. And you must understand that if you will prefer online study your practical skill could be not so good.

Any way as a rule CNA haven't annual salary, but they receive payment depending on numbers of fulfilled hours.



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CNA blog posts
14 Schools of Nursing Awarded Grants to Prepare PhD Nurses
2014-07-20 00:02:23,


Never you know what is important and what is not. May be you will find it neither interesting, neither important... But still I found that this one is worth few seconds of attention

"July 18, 2014 - The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has announced the first 14 schools of nursing selected to receive grants to support 17 nurses as they pursue their PhDs. These 14 schools are the inaugural grantees of the Future of Nursing Scholars program. Each school will select one or more students to receive financial support, mentoring, and leadership development over the three years of their PhD programs. "

And this one looks like most important thing happend around for today. CNA isn't like most popular theme for news agencies.
Progress Made in Removing Barriers to NP Practice
2014-07-10 00:03:25,


Sometimes then I scroll specialized news I see something like:

"July 9, 2014 - Nurse practitioners made significant progress this year in breaking down scope of practice barriers, with two states approving autonomous NP practice and more legislatures considering such action for NPs and other advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs). "

These things shouldn't be left unnoticed. If we will speak of them - working as CNA may get better one day.

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