Posted on Oct 2, 2020

CNA Training Institute

So, the basic question is, do CNAs have to work in 12-hour shifts?

Because Certified Nursing Assistants, or CNAs, are expected to provide basic patient care, this means there is a lot of tasks that they’re expected to accomplish.

It implies a busy work schedule, tending to patients’ needs round the clock.

However, a CNA’s…
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