Hospice was the last thing on my dream list when it came to nursing. In the cna course I just finished, we watched a video about a dying woman's journey with hospice in her final months.
It struck a cord I didn't know existed.
This weekend I'm taking my cna board exam and my clinical instructor told me to call her when I pass the test. She is the chief administrator for a hospice agency in my area. I am assuming she wants to offer me a position. (she stated before that she only hires cnas from this particular program)
As a new cna (soon to be RN student) what do I need to know? What should I anticipate? Any kid words of encouragement or tips would be so appreciated.