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  • Racism Runs Rampant in Nursing Homes, Study Shows

    Foreign-Born CNAs Get the Brunt of Bigotry Nearly 75 percent of nurse's aides, or CNAs, working in nursing homes experience racism on the job, according to a Northwestern University study (www.northwestern.edu). Racism was expressed by residents, their families, and co-workers. "Remedial attention is called for, and strategies for...

  • CNAs: Do You Work at a Caring Home, or an Uncaring Institution?

    Home, Sweet Home The latest catchphrases in the nursing home industry are "resident-centered care" or "culture change movement." The goal of this n...

  • CNAs and the 100% Turnover Rate

    CNAs Can't Quit Quitting Certified nursing assistants don't have it easy; jobs in nursing homes are unglamorous, low paying, stressful, and low on ...

  • CNA Stands Up for Residents and Coworkers

    CNA Tries to Organize, Gets Disciplined At a nursing home in Palmer Township, Pennsylvania, a young certified nursing assistant was concerned about...

  • CNAs and Germy Scrubs

    Certified nurse assistants (CNAs) complete 75 hours of state-approved training and pass a competency evaluation, and can then go to work in nursing care facilities. The less-than-fashionable...

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