were not crazy about their ICU experiences they had to have to get there?
Tough shifts, difficult patients, arrogant doctors, code browns, etc........
I am truly fascinated with anesthesia and all the components involved with its administration. I have been doing a lot of research and reading about this field of healthcare and have become extremely interested in it. I realize the tough sacrifices one must make in order to become a CRNA and am really thinking hard about going for it but at the same time I worry that I will get through the BSN schooling and begin the ICU, not like it and become discouraged from pursing the CRNA and then be stuck.
Obviously this is a huge decision and I am just wondering if anyone has been in the position and can chime in.