As a nursing assistant, your role is to provide basic care to patients of all abilities and ages, helping them in a wide range of daily activities—personal care, medication routine, and more. You will work under the supervision of a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN) on the front line of patient care. Working as a CNA also requires strength for physical tasks and the desire to help sometimes frail, lonely patients and others struggling with disease and illness. In light of these responsibilities, aim to be the best nursing assistant you can be and an asset to your healthcare team. Choose to complete your course at Select Health Career Training. To be an effective CNA, you need to learn the following:
- Competent care skills
- Effective communication skills
- Accuracy and honesty
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