What is a CNA's job in a hospital?

Answer A hospital certified nurse assistant (CNA) reports to a licensed practical nurse (LPN) or a registered nurse (RN) in the hospital. The general role of the CNA is to assist the LPN or RN in providin... Read More »

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What Skills Do CNAs Usually Get Tested On?

A student seeking a certified nursing assistant certificate or CNA certificate must take an instruction course that lasts anywhere from four to 12 weeks depending on the state of certification. Aft... Read More »

Average Salary for CNAs?

In 2010, 1,451,090 individuals worked as nursing aides in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Another 64,730 worked in the more specialized field of psychiatric nursing ... Read More »

Job & Salary Specifications for CNAs?

Certified nursing assistants, also referred to as CNAs, provide direct contact care services for patients in hospitals and residents in nursing homes or long-term care facilities. A CNA reports dir... Read More »

How do i apply for a grant for schooling to get my CNAs?

You fill out the FAFSA.The school's financial aid office can help you with this.You will get loans, and grants.Anything else online will be a scam.How can people not know this?