Becoming a CNA and gaining experience as a caregiver can improve your chance of being accepted to medical school. The pre-health internship program at Moon River Nursing Careers offers training to become a CNA and one-on-one experience working in home health. We are currently accepting applications for the 2019-2020 internship class and invite pre-med. college graduates to apply. To apply, please call Betsy at (703) 955-1811 or send your resume at email@example.com. Learn more in the article "Five Ways to Gain Experience Without Shadowing" published by Association of American Medical Colleges. "Gaining clinical experience is an important part of [...]
We are so proud of our first pre-health intern class at Moon River Nursing Careers in Ashburn, VA. This internship program allowed these wonderful future healthcare providers to gain insight into what patients face at home on a daily setting. Moon River Nursing Careers school is a great opportunity for individuals to gain the direct care experience and the course that they take will allow them to be prepared to successfully pass the state exam to become a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant). There are many career paths, but few are as rewarding as working one-on-one with patients. As a [...]
Moon River Nursing Careers celebrates with a ribbon cutting to welcome the first pre-health intern class! We would like to thank Chris Hunter from Loudoun County Economic Development and Ingrid Gelinas from Clarke-Hook Realty for assisting us in the ribbon cutting. Thanks to all of our special guests who joined us in this celebration.
Building a Better Hospital Gown by Kathleen Fifield, AARP, January 5, 2018 A far less breezy style could be coming to a hospital near you. Design students were charged with creating a universal gown that added more coverage for patients while preserving easy access for clinicians. While it doesn’t yet come in prints, nor any shade beyond a familiar soft blue, a new hospital gown design represents a major leap forward in patient dressing — and doesn’t leave anyone’s backside exposed. The kimono-style option was created by students from Parsons School of Design as part of a design challenge [...]
Tips for choosing and using walkers Article by Mayo Clinic posted on Sept. 08, 2016 Types of walkers If you break a bone in your leg or foot or you're at risk of falling, a walker can make it easier for you to get around. Talk to your doctor or physical therapist about the options, including: Standard walker. This walker has four nonskid, rubber-tipped legs to provide stability. You must pick it up to move. Two-wheel walker. This walker, which has wheels on the two front legs, is helpful if you need some, but not constant, weight-bearing help. Three-wheel [...]
Fall prevention: Simple tips to prevent falls Posted by Mayo Clinic Staff on October 25, 2016 Falls put you at risk of serious injury. Prevent falls with these simple fall-prevention measures, from reviewing your medications to hazard-proofing your home. Fall prevention may not seem like a lively topic, but it’s important. As you get older, physical changes and health conditions — and sometimes the medications used to treat those conditions — make falls more likely. In fact, falls are a leading cause of injury among older adults. Still, fear of falling doesn’t need to rule your life. Instead, consider [...]