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What is a CNA: Certified Nursing Assistant

What is a CNA: Certified Nursing Assistant

Becoming a CNA: Certified Nursing Assistant takes less time than a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN). Let’s look at what a CNA is and whether it is the job for you.

RideSafer 2: The Safe Alternative to Booster and Car Seats

RideSafer 2 Review

Fortunately, there is a safe, practical, and extremely portable solution that can help parents with children over 30 lbs say “Good Bye” to the burden of lugging that car seat on the pain: The Safe Traffic System RideSafer 2 Travel Vest.

Stand out! Get Certified!

Do you know Certified Nurses Day is on March 19? Many still ask, “What are the differences between licensure and certification?” Some use the terms interchangeably, but they both are quite different. Licensure is mandatory and signifies that the licensee has met the minimum standards to practice nursing in a particular state. In contrast, certification is voluntary. By taking and passing a specialty examination offered by a nongovernmental professional nursing or other interprofessional agency, the nurse or other healthcare professional has now validated his knowledge, skills and abilities in a defined role and clinical area of practice, based on predetermined standards.

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