Last month, In the Know asked nursing supervisors everywhere to nominate a top-notch nursing assistant at their workplace for the CNA of the Quarter Award. The response was overwhelming and we give a hearty round of applause to ALL the wonderful nursing assistants across the U.S.
There were so many
One way to empower your nursing assistants is to reward positive behavior. Obviously, positive behavior is more than just getting to work on time and performing an assignment. As you go through your day, look for all the little ways in which your aides are growing–both as employees
By now, you have probably heard about the terrible tragedy that occurred on Sunday, March 29th, at a nursing home in North Carolina. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people at Pinelake Health & Rehab and the family members of those who died. It appears that this horrible incident, which
Are you responsible for selecting inservice materials for your nursing assistants? If so, here are a few tips to help you get the best product for meeting the learning needs of your aides.
1. Look for a Wide Range of Well-Written, Relevant Topics
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