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CNAs: What Would You Do if a Fire Broke Out?

Fires can happen anywhere, any time, for a variety of reasons.  But, when a fire occurs in a facility or home where frail, elderly or sick people live, the consequences can be devastating.  What should you do if a fire breaks out where you work?  First of all...don’t panic! If a fire breaks out, stay calm to set an example for clients—and follow these R.A.C.E. guidelines.  read more »

CNAs: Provide Cost-Efficient Care at Your Workplace

It’s Earth Day today, which makes it the perfect time to focus on providing cost-efficient care at your workplace. Why should you care? Consider these facts:  read more »

For CNAs: The Importance of Perineal Care

Everyone's favorite topic . . . perineal care!  As you know, the perineum is the area that spans from the genitals to the anus. No other area of the body is more difficult to discuss, but, when it comes to client care, it is worth talking about!  read more »

4 Easy Ways to Break Confidentiality (And How to Avoid Them!)

As a nursing assistant, you spend more time with your clients than anyone else on the health care team. This helps you develop a close relationship with your clients. They come to trust you with their personal information—believing that you will keep it to yourself.
 
Now, be honest. Have you ever discussed a client’s private information with your family or laughed about a client with a group of coworkers? Most health care workers would probably answer “yes”.  
Talking about your clients in a public place or to people who aren’t involved in their care breaks the trust your clients have placed in you.   Health care workers who break confidentiality can lose their jobs and can even find themselves in a lawsuit!
 
Four Easy Ways to Break Confidentiality (And How to Avoid Them!)
 
There are a few common ways that health care workers break their clients’ trust without really meaning to. See if you can spot the mistakes these nursing aides made:
 
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