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- Jun 11, '12 by edmiaQuote from mmm333There are many, I did a google search for adn to msn and went from there. It depends on what you want to follow as a specialty.Please, please, please tell me what program you found that skips the "BS"-N. I already have two Bachelor's degrees. Is it Loyola? or another MSN program? I need to get started ASAP.
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- Jun 11, '12 by manuskoWhat MSN are you earning. What DNP will you end up with?
- Jul 22, '12 by subeeWhat program allows you to become a CRNA without a BSN? And how about that ICU experience requirement? This is the CRNA forum.
- Jul 25, '12 by edmiaQuote from subeeThere are at least 2 crna programs that take rn's sans bsn. Google crna education and explore, the info is out there.What program allows you to become a CRNA without a BSN? And how about that ICU experience requirement? This is the CRNA forum.
- Jul 25, '12 by wtbcrnaA BSN is not a requirement to get into CRNA school, but a bachelors degree is.
"RequirementsThe requirements for becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) mainly include having a bachelor's degree in nursing (or other appropriate baccalaureate degree), Registered Nurse licensure, a minimum of one year acute care experience (for example, ICU or ER), and the successful completion of both an accredited nurse anesthesia educational program and the national certification examination. For more information about the nurse anesthesia profession and its requirements, please read the documents information below."
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