The CNA student will learn how to assist the nurse in direct patient care. The student will learn practical skills such as bathing, feeding, dressing, bed making, how to take vital signs, how to safely move and lift patients, communication techniques, reporting techniques, and infection control. Content also includes professional behavior, simple anatomy and physiology, nutrition, and some pathophysiology. This class meets the state requirements for Alzheimer’s training and CPR content.
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