anyone have any info on rna? i'm currently in a cna program and our instructor was talking a little about a rna course they offer, but would require a cna cert. first as i was told. any info for restorative nursing assistant? wages? any
info. would be great
I don't know about other states, but in California it's usually a 12 hour (also renewal CEU's) course after CNA, it's very basic. BTW, you would get a couple of more dollars an hour for your RNA. If you're looking for a career in physical or occupational therapy, then I'd say stick with RNA. But, if you're more into the nursing aspect, it's good to have the RNA, but focus isn't on nursing interventions.
Last edit by NurseCubanitaRN2b on Jul 20, '08