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Last Updated: 12/03/2018

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Emily Warren

Emily began Think CNA Online in 2016 as a resource to bring nursing career, classes and training information to aspiring nurses across the country. Focusing on Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA), Emily helps to inform students of the job description, roles and responsibilities of the career.

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