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CNAs are speaking — but are you listening?

March 1, 2006

Long-Term Living

This article summarizes the suggestions made by CNAs at a recent nurse aide convention about how to improve their jobs and the organizations they worked for. It lists a range of ideas, including flexibility in scheduling, better training, and being included in the decision-making process in relation to resident care. In addition, the CNAs overwhelming agreed that administrators should spend more time on the floors building relationships with staff and residents.

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Hoban, Sandra
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