Quote from ckkala
I have an interview in the morning for a CNA in L&D and I do know they get floated over to well baby when needed. I did interview for the same position a year ago without luck. I am nervous and have been so worried about what to say what not to say. Any advice? Every one I talk to says I should tell them about my children, birth, what I have experienced. I don't think it is the right thing though.
Do you have CNA's? What do they do? From the interview last year I remember they work right with the nurse, but with no med administration, of course. They are also in charge of fetal demise, doing molds and prints etc.
Our techs scrub for sections, do vitals, clean, stock, draw blood, can do accuchecks (but we usually do our own), help with patient care, give bed baths (to post-ops), babysit the nursery if necessary, do baby pictures and help in about another million ways. They also do ordering, gift bags.
Our techs have NO responsibilities with any antepartums or labor patients. They are not involved at all with fetal demises, either.
Stick with your CNA experience. Your personal experience with your own children isn't appropriate here. Good luck.