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Care home staff trained to help residents with oral hygiene (USA)

I have just read this news about CNA. Not sure, but I think it may change some things around in Nursing Assitance. Short quote:

"A scheme giving carers skills in oral hygiene has resulted in both newfound confidence and improved health for residents at a care home in North East Wales, according to those behind the project."

But not just seeing this makes me think... But I just trying to understand how this one is just like most important what happend around? At least most noticable? Isn't there nothing more important about CNA?

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In my day-to-day work as Certified Nursing Assistant I often to busy to notice what happens around me. So just sometimes I open news site and check through news. And this one is to be told about:

"The Nursing and Midwifery Council has agreed to launch a consultation on new standards for nurse education, based on draft plans published last week."

These things shouldn't be left unnoticed. If we will speak of them - working as CNA may get better one day.

As always - your opinion is welcome.
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