Thanks Jessie, but she and I are actually after a list that ranks the schools
on quality of education. That is one list no one has found. In fact if you read the AANA website, they actively discourage such rankings, prefering to have all of there accredited programs stand alone. I guess on the theory that if you are accredited, you are a good program.
I think that this rings hollow though, as in my quest to find the right school, I have found a great deal of variety in the offerings of each program.
Some only have one suite of OR's where you do all of your clinicals.
Others barely present any regional material at all.
A great deal of the programs out thee are in direct competition with MD based anesthesia residencies. This can be a good thing and can be a terrible thing.
One school I considered applying to required the accepted student to aquire three state licenses for the clinicals which are spread over three states.
I think that this kind of thing should be easily availible for all prospective students. Maybe it would be to subjective to rank schools based on these and other descriptions of programs, but I think it would help prospective students a great deal.