According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the expected need for LVNs and CNAs between 2014-2024 is at least twice of the national average of 7% for all jobs in the United States. What this means for you if you are considering entering these positions in the healthcare field is that the two careers are very stable.
Today, you'll be learning about how to don and remove patient protective equipment (PPE) with Ms. K!
Today, you'll be learning about the Proper Tourniquet Technique from our dapper instructor, Mr. S!
Today, you'll be learning about the Pivot Transfer Method from our instructor, Mrs. K!
Oh, you haven't?
Go watch those too!
What do you use it for? How do you take it out?
What is the first step before eye drop instillation? (Answer at the bottom, but don't cheat!)
a.) Wear a clean pair of gloves
b.) Wash your hands with soap and water
c.) Wrap your non-dominant index finger with tissue paper
d.) All of the above
e.) None of the above
Whether you're a healthcare professional or a mom trying to clean out her son's twitchy eye, learning proper eye drop instillation is useful to know!
As a potential or current vocational nursing student, you may be wondering what a typical day is like for those in a vocational nursing career. This is important to know, because it will give you an idea of what you can expect once you graduate and pass your nursing exam.