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  1. jesdl

    Brand new CNA just graduated high school!

    My first day went better as expected. Time flew I'm just still like confused trying to figure out certain things like how to read my assignment, where's my exact assignment, the book you fill out at the end, and the I and O sheet.
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    Brand new CNA just graduated high school!

    Thank you a lot. I was put immediately on a float position. I really thank you for your advice. I'm nervous but I'll do everything I need to.
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    Brand new CNA just graduated high school!

    And also I do 3-11 shift.
  4. jesdl

    Brand new CNA just graduated high school!

    I watched videos and read articles saying you should wear a pouch to hold supplies in. Like a pen and notepad.
  5. I have a lot of questions to begin with. I just graduated high school therefore I'm extremely young. I'm very nervous, I'm thinking about giving up because I don't know how it'll go. I just have a lot of questions and I want Tom of advice being a new CNA. From all perspectives please. Starting tomorrow with shadowing so I need an instant response. Questions: What do you do after orientation? Like during trainingWhat do you do during a float position? Is float a good to start off with? Your first day after you punch in, where do you go? How do you save time? Things not to say to other people Who don't you talk to What can piss people off? How to remember vital signs after you do each patient? Where do you sit down and rest? What is some advice you wish you had? How do you go about your routine like in order? What to bring to eat? What to keep in your pockets? Should you wear a fanny pack? When are the least busiest times? What do you wish you did differently?
  6. I have a lot of questions to begin with. I just graduated high school therefore I'm extremely young. I'm very nervous, I'm thinking about giving up because I don't know how it'll go. I just have a lot of questions and I want ton of advice being a new CNA working in a nursing home. I'm starting in a float position. I'd like help from all perspectives please. I'm Starting tomorrow with shadowing so I need an instant response. Questions: What do you do after orientation? Like during trainingWhat do you do during a float position? Is float a good to start off with? Your first day after you punch in, where do you go? How do you save time? Things not to say to other people Who don't you talk to What can piss people off? How to remember vital signs after you do each patient? Where do you sit down and rest? What is some advice you wish you had? How do you go about your routine like in order? What to bring to eat? What to keep in your pockets? Should you wear a fanny pack? When are the least busiest times? What do you wish you did differently?
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