Certified Nursing Assistant

Knowledge Point Institute

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AED 4,500

AED 9,500

Duration: 90 Hours
Location: United Arab Emirates
Delivery: Onsite course

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) from GAQM (International Certification valid Globally) A CNA’s workload can become intense and fast-paced, but the human contact and ability to help those in medical need is a strong motivating factor. A desire to help people and compassion for patients can help a nurse’s assistant get through difficult days. Nursing assistants fulfill basic quality-of-life needs for patients of any age in residential nursing care facilities or outpatient clinics. Since nursing assistants have daily contact with patients, they are gatherers of vital information about the patients’ conditions, which they must then transmit to their supervisors. Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) have a variety of responsibilities in the medical field, including performing administrative duties, completing basic clinical procedures, transporting patients, and providing assistance to nurses and other healthcare professionals.

This occupation can be physically demanding, withstanding for many hours and occasionally lifting or moving patients who require assistance. We start off with the Role and Responsibility of a CNA, Anatomy, and Physiology in Detail and how effective a Certified Nursing Assistant can perform her/his role in a fast-paced environment.

Module 1 - Adult Patient Care / Infants Care / Children Care (Extensive Modules)
Module 2 - Advanced Principles of Patient Hygiene
Module 3 - Environmental Health and the Practical Nurse
Module 4 - Health and Safety for Healthcare Professionals
Module 5 - Positioning and Ambulating the Adult Patient
Module 6 - Active and Passive Range of Motion Exercise
Module 7 - Diet Therapy
Module 8 - The Physical Examination
Module 9 - Specimen Collection
Module 10 - The Physical Assessment
Module 11 - Measuring Vital Signs
Module 12 - Anatomy & Physiology
Module 13 - Prefixes and Suffixes (Medical Terminologies)
Module 14 - Taking Care of Infants, Elderly, Disabled, People with Special Needs

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