This study explores certified nursing assistant (CNA) needs, caregiving styles, and experiences of working with residents with dementia through qualitative interviews with 20 CNAs from the southern U.S.
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CNAs are tasked with providing the majority of care to residents with dementia in long-term care.
Caring for residents with dementia is challenging and unpredictable.
Proficiency, confidence, and empowerment are key to CNA success in providing dementia care.
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Elizabeth M. Long, Jamie H. Azios, Stephanie Richings (Annals of Long-term Care)
(Annals of Long-term Care)
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