Stick a fork..... - page 2

....in me cause I am done!! Graduation this past thur. everything was a blur but it seemed to be in slow motion my last week of clinicals leading up to may last clinical day. I don't know about... Read More

  1. by   ShelleyERgirl
    :hatparty:

    Congrats Lee! Good luck with your boards, I am sure you will do great!
  2. by   CRNA, DNSc
    Congratulations-------------------- BUT YOU'RE NOT DONE!!

    Yes school is done but now you start the really important stuff- providing top-notch, quality anesthesia care to each and every patient, ACTIVELY participating in your state and national organizations--Vote, lobby, be on a committee, express your opinions (but back them up with action), donate to the CRNA-PAC and the AANA Foundation, recruit the next generation into nurse anesthesia---- give back to the profession!!!! My mother (a CRNA 77 years young) is retired from active practice but still doesn't consider herself done giving back!!! Good Luck:kiss
  3. by   nilepoc
    Nice, I am jealous, but not envying you taking boards.

    19 months to go and counting.

    Craig
  4. by   g8rlimey
    Way to go, Lee. Keep us updated now that you are moving upwards and onwards.
  5. by   katscan
    Happy for you! congrats! Only.... are you medium or well done????
  6. by   zudy
    Congrats to you,Lee! Have fun!
  7. by   KSCRNA
    Congratulations!! Remember that graduation and boards are entry level. Continue to pursue your reading and get active on the state or national level (Mid-year assembly is a good place to start). Our profession is only as good as the people who participate. We are a proud and GREAT profession and have been for over 100 years. It is up to you and your fellow graduates to keep it that way. We have many new threats to our profession and we need active, involved and informed practitioners to defeat them. The 90/10 rule (90% of the work being done by 10% of the people) will no longer work! PLEASE be a part of the solution.

    At least once per year do a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) analysis of your practice and your profession. This will help you see where you are, where you can improve and what is against you.
  8. by   imenid37
    graduating from a crna program...what an accomplishment. congratulations. you should be so proud of yourself!
  9. by   tris
    Congrats----what an ordeal huh? I remember vaguely when I graduated!!! Good Luck to you---you deserve it.
  10. by   TraumaNurse
    Congratulations! Many of us are biting at the bit to get in....and you are biting at the bit to get out!!!! What a feeling!!

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