jessicanursing101 1,468 Views
Joined Dec 22, '09.
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Thank you for the advice
I guess I am. I will definetly seek to shadow a CRNA before I graduate. It is so frustrating I had to ask this question because nursing instructors and I guess I wasn't looking in the right places would not answer that question.
My focus is to be a nurse now. I work in the Emergency Room, and I just want to be a successful nurse first and then see where my strengths are before pursuing an APN degree.
Thanks guys for your answers!! It really helps alot. Even though I did well, I hated Organic and Biochemistry so this field may not be for me. I want to enter the Navy as a Navy Nurse (Officer) and see where my career takes me from there.
I am in a nursing program already. I am starting Clinicals in the Fall. I have applied to another nursing program since it would allow me to graduate faster. Thank you guys for all of the replys I receive vague info online and heard alot of stuff from other nursing students and even some of my instructors werent even really aware of the CRNA role.
Thanks guys it helps alot. Either way. I will be a registered nurse, God willing, in 2011 or 2012.
Are you able to pick your own shift as a Navy Nurse Officer
I already know about the practice. I already have done my research for about 2 years, however I have been unable to see how the science portion of the curriculum relates to the every day performance of the position since nurses do not prescribe or designate the anesthetic given.
I am not worried about being a CRNA and nothin in my post has indicated that I am ignorant of the role.
I am almost finished receiving my Bachelor of Science in Nursing and it seems to me that the work of the CRNA is very intense; however how much does chemistry actually apply to the position. Its seems like the procedure is still the same to me as for registered nurses, check the doctors orders, have correct drug and dosage and monitor patient. The SRNA curriculum is very loaded with science. I just received a B in Chemistry (general organic and biochemistry). I want to know if someone is not to fond of science; howver loves critical care, should pursue becoming a CRNA.
what is the daily routine of a CRNA and what knowledge must a CRNA have
IN the Navy can you pick the shifts that you want to work?
@monja I am sorry for the rejection you received. THank you for the best wishes, I hope I get in.
I called admissions two days ago, the guy who answered told me that they are not accepting new applications for the fall 2010, because they already have alot of applications and the ones that they have reviewed are either accepted into the program. He told me that most letters will be going out after the August 1st date. I hope we both get in.
So we may still be considered for the Fall 2010.
Hi I submitted my application in the end of June for the Fall 2010 and it is now the end of July and I haven't received an acceptance letter. Does that mean I did not get in. My undergrad GPA was very good. I only received one C for my prerequisites. How fast did everyone receive their acceptance letters.
Someone please help. I have a decision to make. I want to go into the navy because of the training, traveling, and just experience for serving. But I am concerned is it a dangerous position?
Also if you are a Navy Nurse or have been what has your experience been like?
I do not believe that is true there are AA programs at colleges in Ontario. The programs are about 5 months long or less.
I am just never able to find salary or demand information online.
what is the salary ranges of AAs in Canada?
How hard is it to get into BCC nursing program? Are you currently in the program? Does anyone know if they offer summer courses.
Thank you. Wow that is so weird that the hospitals do that. So I guess in order to survive economically one must have 2 part-time jobs.
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