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The nurse anesthetists are highly trained and know their stuff. There is no need for a doctorate degree; a masters is good enough. Now if the nurse wants
Hi, I recently applied to a CRNA program and did not get an interview. They said their cut off point was a science GPA of 3.2. As many people do, my first
What were they thinking? We are arriving at a point in time where the health care demands of America's population are going to require a reliance on something
Anesthesia school is not easy… live with it. I am currently in Anesthesia school at UC, and our motto is “embrace the suck” and on a lighter note “CRN-B”
Would not recommend at all. Advisors do not stick up for you. They are aware of discrimination but choose to ignore. Very difficult but classroom work
Please please please look into this program before applying. The director is comment deleted! There is no support, no encouragement, and none of the teachers
I believe obtaining a doctorate and calling oneself a doctor in the clinical environment is deceptive towards the patient. Solution: If one wants to be
Hey guys, So during my undergrad years, I didn't do so hot in my organic chemistry class ( D) or biochemistry class (c). However, my overall GPA is 3.1
At first glance, getting a DNP or DNAP may not change the bedside anesthetic however, as healthcare changes with an emphasis on cost effective best practices
I think it is fabulous. A commitment to advanced practice nursing only strengthens patient care. I have been taken care of by Nurse Anesthetists in the