16 Strategies for Integrating CNAs into Care Planning and IDT Meeting

Aasha Raval


Health Equity Research Associate at NYU Meyers, Aasha Raval, MPH, wrote a guest column for McKnight’s Long-Term Care News on the importance of certified nursing assistants (CNAs) participating in interdisciplinary care team (IDT) meetings and resident care plans. CNAs have a deep understanding of residents' needs and preferences. Including CNAs in IDTs can enhance the quality of life for residents through more personalized and comprehensive care plans.


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