- cnaZone.com was created with the goal of providing high-quality continuing education at a low cost. We were able to do so by combining cutting-edge technology with a commitment to client pleasure.
- The director of cnaZone.com, William A. Cook, Ph.D., is in charge of course creation and student support. Will works as a psychologist in private practice in addition to his responsibilities at Ce4Less.com.
- The Webmasters at cnaZone.com are William J. Cook, M.S. and Doug Lawrence, M.S. They’re in charge of the site’s programming and other technical components.
- Nursing is the self-directed and collaborative care of people of all ages, families, groups, and communities in all situations, whether sick or well. Nursing is concerned with the prevention of illness, the treatment of the sick, disabled, and dying, as well as the promotion of health.
- Nursing is a combination of art, science, and humanitarian service. Individuals, families, and communities are the emphasis of this specialized healthcare profession. Modern nursing is said to have been founded by Florence Nightingale. She laid the foundation for professional nursing with the opening of her nursing school at St Thomas Hospital in London in 1860. Nurses play an important role in any country’s healthcare system, which tries to promote healthy lives, prevent disease, relieve pain, and rehabilitate patients.
- As a result, most countries have improved their nursing professions by providing degree-level education and specialization in certain nursing specialties in order to provide effective and efficient health care for their citizens.
- Nursing is classified as a profession based on the following criteria: a systematic body of knowledge that provides the framework for the profession’s practice, standardized formal higher education, commitment to providing a service that benefits individuals and the community, preservation of a unique role that recognizes autonomy, responsibility, and accountability, and control of the profession’s practice responsibility through standards and a code of ethics.