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Are Your CNAs In the Know about Sexual Harassment?

Regardless of your political leanings, there is no denying that the current presidential election has brought the issue of sexual harassment to the forefront.  As healthcare professionals, we know that sexual harassment is an important topic, mandated as part of every employee’s training by the Joint Commission, OSHA and state regulations. Still, it seems as… Continue reading Are Your CNAs In the Know about Sexual Harassment?

For Your CNAs, General, In the News

Help Your Nurse Aides Make 2016 Their Healthiest Year Ever!

In our last blog post, we shared some resources that may help your nursing assistants ring in the New Year with a healthier outlook on life!  As we all know, one of the biggest health issues across America is the obesity epidemic…and those of us in the nursing field are not immune from it.  More… Continue reading Help Your Nurse Aides Make 2016 Their Healthiest Year Ever!

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The Health and Well Being of Your Nurse Aides

All of us at In the Know have boundless respect for nursing assistants.  Every day, they dedicate themselves to caring for people who are elderly, ill and/or disabled.  There aren’t enough words to thank them for all they do! However, so many of us in the nursing field tend to take better care of others… Continue reading The Health and Well Being of Your Nurse Aides

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From the CNA Frontlines: Dealing with Loss and Grief

Today, our guest blogger, Corey Ann Rotella, CNA, shares more words of wisdom. This time, she turns her focus to the loss and grief that are a part of every nurse aide's work life.  Corey says: Loss.  As CNA’s, it is inevitable that we will encounter it at some point in our careers.  That aspect… Continue reading From the CNA Frontlines: Dealing with Loss and Grief

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Have You Ever Said, “I’m Just a CNA”?

If you've ever said, "I'm just a CNA" or "I'm just a nurse," then this little parable is for you! Our guest blogger, Corey Anne Rotella, CNA, shares a lovely story she wrote about the importance of acknowledging and celebrating your own worth. The Little Dandelion Nestled in a little town, no different from any… Continue reading Have You Ever Said, “I’m Just a CNA”?