I appologize if this has been asked previously and I missed the reply.
10 years ago (I was 27) I was expelled from a CRNA program. I was doing well with grades, getting mostly A's.
I was young and stupid, had a chip on my shoulder. I was going through multiple stressors in life...divorice, forclosure of home, mother ill...many excuses. I had missed some clinicals and when approached about it, did not handle it well. In summary, I mouthed off to my program director and was expelled within days for "unsafe clinical practice". Up until that day, all evaluations had been very good, both by physicians and CRNA's. I was six months away from graduation from a 27 month program.
Much has changed in the past 10 years. My desire and passion for anesthesia has not. I have earned my Masters Degree in Nursing Education with excellent grades. I have matured, and see the error of my behavior.
Do I have any hope/chance of admittance to another program or am I black-balled from the profession??
Any guidance is appreciated.