Become a CNA Before Becoming a Nurseby Nurse Bass   3 years ago

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The skills you learn as a CNA, particularly time management, will aid you SO MUCH in your career as a Nurse!

In this video I discuss the importance of becoming a CNA prior to becoming a Nurse. You learn so much about patient-care that you can't really get from Clinical rotations alone. You only go to Clinicals once or twice a week, and the majority of the time gets spent with paperwork and research in the patient's charts.

I say get a job as a CNA, and get your hands dirty learning the essential skills that are going to be pertinent to your job one day as a Registered Nurse!

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