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Posted August 28th, 2019 by CNANursing.net
A trade school, otherwise known as vocational or technical school, is a postsecondary educational institution where students learn skills for an occupation. The purpose of a trade school is to prepare…
Posted August 27th, 2019 by CNANursing.net
Being a family caregiver is an admirable and invaluable role that comes with a unique set of challenges, and they make a huge difference for the entire family. Should you assume this role, you’ll relieve stress…
Posted July 25th, 2019 by CNANursing.net
Many people have to compartmentalize their emotions in order to properly and effectively perform their jobs. This is called emotional labor, and it can have extremely negative consequences for those…
Posted July 8th, 2019 by CNANursing.net
The National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC) defines elder abuse as “any physical, sexual, or psychological abuse of an older person (generally 60 – 65 years and older), [which] also encompasses…
Posted June 18th, 2019 by CNANursing.net
53 percent of professionals now work remotely for at least half of their workweek, and prospective employers are rushing to meet the demands of a workforce that wants this flexibility. Those who want…
Posted September 1st, 2018 by CNANursing.net
Put simply, you need to be prepared for any nursing interview you plan on attending. Nursing is a very competitive field and you don’t want to miss out on a great …
Posted August 3rd, 2018 by CNAnursing.net
Higher education in any form, provides innumerable advantages to the graduate – from earning power, to cultural enrichment. Undergraduate degrees may be …
Posted June 9th, 2018 by CNAnursing.net
Becoming indispensable to our Head Nurse benefits our long term objectives (paving upward mobility in our career paths), and creates an immediate impact…
Posted May 2nd, 2017 by CNAnursing.net
Dreaming of landing the job you’ve always wanted? Find out how to land that dream job with 60+ job interview tips!
Posted November 3rd, 2016 by CNAnursing.net
You’ve read a bit about what CNAs do, but how can you really be sure what life as a CNA is like? Answer: Ask current CNAs and nursing staff, that’s what! Take a look at our in-depth article on what a “normal” shift is like for a CNA.
Posted December 15th, 2015 by CNAnursing.net
Posted July 24th, 2015 by CNAnursing.net
Posted May 22nd, 2015 by Andrea Reale (RN)
My name is Andrea, and I have enjoyed being a nurse for the last five years. I graduated from Clarkson College in Omaha, Nebraska with my Bachelor of Science in Nursing. I am SO grateful for having the opportunity to obtain my nursing license. I do have to mention…(click above to read more)
Posted April 9th, 2015 by CNAnursing.net
Alright, so you’re certified and ready to be a cna. One problem: you need a cna job and you’re not sure what type of work environment will work best for you. Stop stressing! We’re going to breakdown…(click above to read more)
Posted March 12th, 2015 by CNAnursing.net
The reality behind TV nurses: A look at nursing roles and responsibilities.
You’ve seen them running down the hospital halls, looking effortlessly put together as they shout, “Stat!” or “Code blue!” TV nurses are the witty and brave underdogs on every show – world-class surgeons fall in love with them and they’re the real people who save the patients because they were paying the most attention.
Yet, what do they really do? How much would they make in real life? Are real nurses like these amazing scrub-wearing saints?…(click above to read more)
Posted February 20th, 2015 by CNAnursing.net
The most complete guide to becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant. Learn about the requirements, salary, job outlook and much more.
This is the one-stop shop on the web for anyone wanting to start a lucrative, recession proof career in nursing…(click above to read more)
Posted January 21st, 2015 by CNAnursing.net
A list of the good, bad and ugly truths about being a certified nurse assistant.
You’re a giver. And you really want to take care of people, but your days as a barista making half-caff macchiatos are over. You want to actually help people, so you’ve decided to pursue a career in nursing…(click above to read more)
Posted October 12th, 2014 by CNAnursing.net
Take a look at the different levels of nursing and how each rung on the nursing ladder can get you greater responsibility and a higher salary…(click above to read more)
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