Hi everybody. Don't know as I've seen this topic before, but am interested in knowing your opinions on best educational route to eventually teach or instruct in a CRNA program.
I realize at this point there are probably several routes one can take; it would be great for any instructors on the board to weigh in with your opinions.
Here's a couple of questions I had (some get back to the MSN vs MSX issue): Does anybody favor a "science" background over a nursing background (BS, MS, PhD in biology, physics, chemistry, etc)? How about an advanced degree in education? Does one even need a BSN? (I realize many, but not all, schools
want a BSN for admission to their programs).
It would seem as though there is room for more schools of nursing anesthesia, and therefore more opportunities to teach. Thanks for any input you have! - Doug