The Certified Nursing Assistant is a vital part of any healthcare staff. While the position is that of an assistant, the work is extremely important in assisting other health care professionals and, of course, the patients. CNAs often are the main point of contact with residents, and beyond that the roles are many and the responsibilities cover a lot of ground. Below you will find a comprehensive list of a CNA’s roles and responsibilities.
- Qualities of a CNA
- How Do CNAs Compare To Other Nurses?
- Patient’s Rights
- Continuing Education
- Data Collection & Reporting