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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?

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Are Your CNAs Prepared for the Diabetes Epidemic?

Diabetes is an epidemic.  That's not news.  But have you seen the latest global statistics?  Someone dies from diabetes every six seconds. Diabetes kills more people every year than HIV, tuberculosis and malaria combined.  And, in just one generation, the number of cases of type 2 diabetes has exploded. In 1985, there were "only" 30 million… Continue reading Are Your CNAs Prepared for the Diabetes Epidemic?

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17 Facts about In the Know CNA Inservices

THANK YOU!! Because of you, we've been a leading provider of CNA and HH inservices for 17 YEARS! It's been our mission from day one to offer cost-effective inservice training without sacrificing quality.  Your nurse aides work hard every day and deserve exceptional continuing education to help them succeed! Scroll down for seventeen facts about In… Continue reading 17 Facts about In the Know CNA Inservices

Awarding Top-Notch CNAs, In the News

CNAs on TV!

Did you happen to see Undercover Boss on CBS this past Sunday?  That's the show where executives from large companies go incognito in their own businesses.  They do it to learn firsthand how their employees really feel about working for them.  It's always interesting, but this week's episode revolved around BrightStar, a nationwide company that… Continue reading CNAs on TV!

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Home Care Rising to the Top

Twenty years ago, when I worked at Duke University Medical Center, I remember clearly how some of my co-workers viewed their colleagues in home care.  I was precepting a newly hired nurse to our oncology unit.  A number of the "old timers" on the unit whispered to me, "Good luck training her!  She doesn't have… Continue reading Home Care Rising to the Top