From what I have read...it seems like there are not very many CRNA's in the United States...Is this true?
If it is...why so? Why are there so few CRNA's?
Are there a lot of nurses going into CRNA school?
Is it getting more popular?
I know most CRNA schools only accept a small number of CRNA students each year....but I wonder how many applicants they usually get each year....I know it depends on the school and location...but in general numbers I am wondering....
I bet there isn't even a place to find out this info...
But I posted this..because maybe someone knows..
Also...why are there so many more men in this profession? I read there are like 45 or 50% men in the CRNA profession...I wonder why.
Aug 10, '03
This is no rumor, it is a fact. Arkansas State University has been accredited by the COA since January 2003. Here is their website: http://conhp.astate.edu/Nursing/NA.htm.
Hopefully there will be a nurse anesthesia program in the state of Arizona by the time I get done with my 2-year requirement of ICU experience.
Last edit by ASU_Sdvls on Aug 10, '03