Archive for August, 2011

CNA Training: What to Expect from a State Inspection

Friday, August 26th, 2011

Has your CNA training prepared you for state inspections? Whether you are already employed as a CNA, or just enrolling for CNA training classes, here’s some timely information. At least once a year, many CNAs in nursing homes all over the country feel that wave of anxiety. The reason for this sudden nervousness is due [...]

CNA Training can Prepare you for your Patients: What about the Staff?

Friday, August 19th, 2011

CNA training can help prepare you for many aspects of your job in the medical field. You will be taught how to care for your patients, how to deal with behavioral problems, and even how to cope with the death of one of your patients. One thing that your CNA training may not prepare you [...]

Does CNA Training Prepare You for Dealing with Death?

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

CNA training is designed to properly equip nursing assistants for every aspect of their upcoming career. One vital factor these classes may not fully prepare a CNA for, though, is the death of a patient. This can be very difficult for even the most seasoned nursing assistant. If you have completed your CNA training, you [...]