Tampa, FL (PressExposure) July 23, 2011 -- The pay scale often does not reflect the difficulty of the work expected of nursing assistants. All staff very short common with the frustration that results in an effort to provide quality care contributes to this amazing turnover. The shortage of caregivers combined with the growing needs of long-term care of our elderly population is the basis for the high demand for CNA and the consequent opportunities for many jobs.
If you do choose this field of work would never think or say "I am only a CNA." On the contrary, always remember that you are a respected professional and valued member of the health team that provides care vital.
A certified nursing assistant (CNA) job puts you at the forefront of patient care. Nursing assistants are vital to daily operations in hospitals and nursing care. His compassion and skill in patient care will help minimize the stress of those who are sick or unable to care for themselves.
Certified nursing assistants, sometimes called nurse aides, orderlies, patient care technicians, health aides and home, work under the supervision of a nurse to help patients with daily living tasks.
A man's age is something impressive, it sums up his life: maturity reached slowly and against many obstacles, illnesses cured, griefs and despairs overcome, and unconscious risks taken; maturity formed through so many desires, hopes, regrets, forgotten things, loves. A man's age represents a fine cargo of experiences and memories.
The models are an excellent guide to leaders at the operational level for both employee recruitment and identification of continuing education needs," said Matthew Maupin, administrator of Lutheran Life Villages in Fort Wayne, Ind., and a blogger on the long-term care industry. "Often as leaders we focus solely on technical competencies without consideration of broader foundational principles, leading to increased training costs and ultimately employee turnover. The models support professional development programs geared towards customer service, communication and utilization of technological efficiencies, which is precisely what the long-term care workforce needs for the upcoming influx of Baby Boomers requiring care.