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    thats true, thank you so much.... It really makes me feel better hearing this coming from a SEASONED CNA. I appreciate you responding......

    ohh, I work agency since im in school and this allows me to schedule my own hours, and the facility I go to they dont do rounds for the CNAs anymore. The other place that I work at is a rehab facility and it is so nice, (very competent and caring nurses) but I took a permanent position there 1 day a week because that is where I want to work post grad. we do do rounds there, but i only check the patients depending on whose working, most of the CNAs ther are very strong CNAs.

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    thats true, thank you so much.... It really makes me feel better hearing this coming from a SEASONED CNA. I appreciate you responding......

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    I was just wondering about how long it takes you guys to change 20 patients. I typically work 11-7 so everyone is done in the bed. The people that I work with take less than an hour and I just dont see how they do it, because it takes me forever. Im having a problem managing my time but at the same time I like to make sure that each of my clients are nice and clean:heartbeat, and I am not the type of CNA who is rough and insensitive. Also, it is a problem for me turning big patients and noone is willing to help. Will you guys please give me some suggestions?
    I'll tell you what, I think that it would benefit every student nurse to work as a CNA, in the past couple of months I have really gained perspective and learned that CNAs really do work hard, my hat goes off to all CNAs especially the ones who work in understaffed facilities that dont pay very much. When I graduate (hopefully in NOV) I dont want to be the kind of nurse that doesn't appreciate CNAs!.



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