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Additionally, we have our own CNA Registry with over 21,000 members that you can join by clicking here.
We don't offer CNA Certification but our free online CNA classes or the classes that you might take locally after we hook you up here will help prepare you for the testing that happens at the state level.
We do provide numerous ways in which you can pursue local CNA classes in your area. You can request that CNA information be provided directly to you here or you can look up local CNA Classes info in your area either via CNA Site Links by City provided here or via our CNA Schools browsing (also provided by city) here.
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CNAClasses.us offers a lot of resources in the CNA area and is working to be a leader in the healthcare education industry as a whole.
We think a CNA's career is important to them, so we offer these many free interactive CNA practice training classes that include C. N. A. course material followed by timed class tests/quizzes. This helps the student see how they are doing with the material.
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SAMPLE KNOWLEDGE POINT COURSE RATIONALE
The patient is responsible for making sure the hospital and physician’s office have copies of any advanced directive they may have. If the patient has a power of attorney, it is their responsibility to make sure this is on file because a patient’s treatment and course of action is decided based on it.
THEN WE'LL QUIZ YOU ON IT:
Having a copy of a patient’s advanced directive on file at the hospital or physicians office is the responsibility of:
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CNA PROFILE: WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF A CNA?
A C.N.A. is an abbreviation for a Certified Nursing Assistant, a job in the healthcare industry that provides daily living assistance, bedside care, and basic nursing procedures to patients under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN).
The services provided can occur at all types of in-patient and out-patient healthcare facilities.
Other names for a CNA in the United States are State Tested Nursing Aide (STNA), Nursing Assistant-Registered (NA/R), Home Health Aide (HHA), a Caregiver and Patient Care Assistant (PCA).
Outside of the US, a CNA might be referred to by any of the following: a Nursing Assistant (NA), a Patient Care Associate (PCA), a Nursing Tech (NT), a Healthcare Assistant (HCA), a Healthcare Support Worker (HSW), or a Clinical Support Worker (CSW).
Wikipedia was referenced for this material: Wikipedia CNA Page
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