Am considering becoming a CNA

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    CristyGerald
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    That is wonderful news. Being a CNA is such an important job because you are the eyes and ears for the nurse. In fact, the nurse depends on CNA’s a lot for watching the patient’s progress which reflects on the patient’s care plans. You will do well in that particular nursing field. Just remember a few things:
    1. Always be respectful
    2. Always be courteous
    3. Always be eager to help whenever there is an emergency.
    4. Always be a good listener.

    I wish you the best.

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    That is such wonderful news that you want to be a CNA. Welcome to the nursing world. You are going to enjoy being a CNA. It is a hard job, but it is a rewarding job. I loved being a CNA because I feel that I can help people with so many things all in one time. The morning shift is the harder one because you have breakfast and lunch. The evening shift just has dinner and it is easier because the patients are going to sleep. The night shift is when you help the nurse catch up on paper work and watch the patients sleep and turn them or change them if they need to be changed. Overall, it is a nice way to enter the nursing field.

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    Congratulations on becoming a CNA. I am one and it is a great thing to be; however you can get very tired and exhausted. Just pace yourself while you are working and you should be just fine. Good luck to you.

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    That is wonderful that you want to become a CNA. I think that being a CNA is a wonderful profession in nursing for the following reasons:

    1. It is an entry-way into nursing.

    2. You get to help patients.

    3. You are an important person in the healthcare team.

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