I've seen those rankings as well, Does the full version detail how the rankings were determined, what was the criteria.
Also, would like to know if the schools
had to pay a fee to be evaluated or considered, kinda of buying a ranking if you will.
Just curious, too cheap to spent the money to look at 5 rankings of CRNA schools.
Would also be interested if someone had more info.
Last that I knew the rankings went: 2003, probably the same for 2004
1. Virginia Comm Univer.
2. US Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing (Ft. Sam Houston, TX)
3. Navy Nurse Corps (MD)
Rush Univer. (IL)
I would believe the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) Nurse Anesthesia program is up there as well, the Army Program and USUHS are parallel. Major difference is location -USUHS in Maryland, Army in Texas. Also, unique is that at USUHS all books are paid for to include PDA and other assesories.