CNAs and Oncology

[wp_ad_camp_2] Oncology is a special branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Like other medical specialties, this limb on the medical family tree is far reaching! If you are in the process of discerning whether a career as a Certified...

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CNA Certification Renewal

It is mandatory for all Certified Nursing Assistant to renew their CNA certification once every two years. Usually, the renewal of CNA certification is done prior to the last day of the month, when your license expires. All the states of USA require the nursing...

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Obstacles Faced by a CNA

It is very common that the lower ranked employees face harassment.  It's especially true for new workers. A new CNA can find that he/she is the victim of various injustices. Usually, the problems are the results of competition among CAN's. While it may be mild...

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Free CNA Practice Test

This page has a free CNA practice test for you to try your newly gained knowledge on. As you probably know, the certification examination for nursing assistants is comprehensive covering all the topics and skills you that you learned in your training program. You will...

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Top 15 Healthcare Careers for High School Graduates

The purpose of this guide is to make 2015 high school seniors and juniors aware of several of the healthcare careers they may begin upon graduation. Most of the featured jobs are available to anyone with a high school diploma, pay above minimum wage and require less...

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What is a CNA?

If you are wondering “What is a CNA?” A simple answer would be that a CNA, also known as a certified nursing assistant is a person that provides one-on-one non-medical care for the sick, elderly and those rehabilitating from illness or injury. But there is much more...

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CNA to LPN Programs

CNA to LPN programs are an accelerated set of classes created so that a CNA (certified nursing assistant) can quickly train to (become a LPN/licensed practical nurse). The way a bridge program works is to take the previously earned credits from previous training and...

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Home Health Aide Salary Guide for 2013

Per 2012 data compiled by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median Home Health Aide salary is approximately $20,170. This figure may rank near the bottom of the pay scale for healthcare providers, but it does represent a living wage in most states, and there are...

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What is the average CNA salary?

According to data compiled by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median CNA salary in the United States is $24,400. This places the Certified Nursing Assistant profession among the best-paying jobs in the healthcare field for individuals who have not completed at...

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Steps to Become a Hospice CNA

If you are looking for ways to improve your income and look for more employment opportunities, then you should look at certification to become a hospice CNA. There are many levels of nursing assistant certification and, once certified, a nursing career professional...

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