I am seeking advice on how to help properly educate, inform, discuss, and assist nurses at all levels of experience. There seem to be many roadblocks in the ability to relay helpful and insightful patient care techniques. As a CNA I understand my current position and am well aware of my restrictions in the field of healthcare. I hold the utmost respect for nurses and the education they have received, as well as acknowledge the many hoops that they have jumped through to obtain their licence. This is a constant thought for me as I await resonances to multiple nursing programs. Three of the things I have seen and wish to help improve;*Techniques such as proper planing/ time management. (When going into a patients room understand and apply all foreknown needs, including materials required for either simple tasks or large procedures).*Neglect of family members... I have noticed a large tendency for vital family members to be dismissed and considered as an annoyance. As I see it the family is one of the most if not the most important person in a patients care team. These are the people that are going to take care of patients after discharge and they also tend to have information that can be not only helpful but key to honing in ideal treatment for the patient.*Patients are people too! The parts of care that nurses and everyone else provide that are out of my scope and I do not yet understand, may not allow me to fully appreciate my superiors and their roles, yet at times it feels patients are looked at more like numbers, experiments, or even best guesses. This approach of disconnection seems to push away the realization and understanding that all people have a base set of needs and all of those affect not only patient satisfaction but also outcomes. As a CNA I see many approaches/techniques that I could share and pass on to other caregivers of all skill levels yet many things get in the way. Each shift I work, class I attend, and interaction I have with others, offers a learning experience and if I am lucky a teaching opportunity. It seems like egos, culture, rite of passage, or quite possibly my reassured ignorance and lack of understanding of my next role (Hopefully not!), are in the way of truly helping the people I have now dedicated my life to assist.This quick bit of writing is hopefully a spark to something more. I have given three examples of things I see that I wish to improve, yet there are many more. My hope is that I can connect with people that share the need, want, and desire to help and care for others. Not only that I connect with these people but that we can share information in any form to help each-other help others.