cna clinical

When you are applying for a CNA position, your CNA classes, or any CNA program in general, they will most likely have to have had (or do) some sort of clinical work to earn your CNA certification. This is an important part of the CNA training that gives students real-world experience before they graduate and […]

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The job of a CNA is very hands on, with specific physical responsibilities as they work in the health care setting. As such, they are required to have the proper attire. The typical CNA outfit is the scrub. The scrub is the most common type of job uniform that CNAs wear, regardless of what state […]

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map of united states

Most healthcare professionals would agree that one of the most alluring benefits of their careers is the flexibility of finding a job no matter where they live. Unfortunately, the process of transferring a CNA license from state to state is not always a cookie-cutter process. While some states will allow you to transfer your CNA […]

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grading cna exam

In every state, aspiring CNAs must pass an exam as a part of their process to becoming a CNA and obtaining a CNA license with their state’s registry. CNA exam structure can vary from state to state, as does how the exam is administered. Some states administer CNA tests on their own, some employ third-party […]

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studying for cna clinicals

Okay, first of all, if you’re here just learning about what it takes to become a CNA. Let’s answer the first and most obvious question: What are CNA Clinicals? To become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), clinical training is essential. The majority of states require CNA classes consisting of between 16 and 100 hours of […]

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graduation from high school

6 Requirements to Become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) While Still in High school Having a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is an excellent opportunity to offer healthcare assistance. Fortunately, CNA is a career that high school students can pursue. The entrants can be admitted to a CNA program without a high school […]

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certified

This guide will walk you through the process of how a CNA gets recertified. It should prove helpful for current and aspiring CNAs. How Does a CNA Get Recertified? CNA Recertification is usually a simple process. Follow the instructions below for a step-by-step renewal guide to get your CNA license recertified.  1. Complete the CNA […]

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cna week calendar

CNA week is a special time set aside annually to celebrate and recognize the important work that CNAs do all year long. During this week, other healthcare providers, family and friends, and even patients can show their appreciation for their favorite CNAs. This week also gives the opportunity to observe the wonderful work that CNAs […]

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cna nurse in scrubs washing hands

Coworkers often develop opinions about their employees before even speaking to them. First impressions are so important and can set a tone for a positive work relationship with other employees. Research has even shown that appearance can have an effect on how trustworthy others think you are. Dressing clean and professional every day can land […]

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cna license lookup

Once you pass your CNA exam and officially become a Certified Nursing Assistant, it will be important to routinely check your licensure status to make sure it stays current. You will also be responsible for providing potential employers with proof of your license, such as your certificate or your certificate number. This will be important […]

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