Are you planning on taking the Certified Nurse Assistant Exam? Do you feel unprepared? Are you unsure about what exact material to go over? Well, today is your lucky day. I have personally have taken the test and passed and now you can use my study materials to pass your CNA exam!
I spent some time putting together all of my notes and material to make one big study guide for you. I cut through all of the fluff and only give you what you need to pass the test! This CNA study guide consists of the following:
11 Module Review (Important Need-To-Know Information)
Module 1: The Role of a Nursing Assistant
Module 2: Communicating With Resident/Patient/Client
Module 3: Resident Rights
Module 4: Body Mechanics
Module 5: Infection and Control Procedures
Module 6: Weighing and Measuring
Module 7: Basic Care
Module 8: Vital Signs
Module 9: Charting
Module 10: Emergency and Safety
Module 11: Death and Dying
155 Practice Test Questions In Flashcard Form (Print Out and Test Yourself Any Time, Any Where)
185 Important Suffixes, Roots, Abbreviations, and Terms to Know (In Flashcard Form, Just Print and Go)
BONUS: Clinical Skills Audio MP3 (Covering 19 Skills – Listen In The Car, At The Gym, Any Where!)
BONUS : My Top 10 Tips To Help You Pass The Exam
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Jason Stoops, CNA
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Note: Sources Sited: Information contained in this product includes information from Learning Express, The Complete Preparation Guide Nursing Assistant/Nurse Aide Exam and Nursing Assistants A Basic Study Guide by Beverly Robertson, and the State of Michigan Nurse Aide Training .