murp511 635 Views
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All my books are sold. Good luck to everyone applying. Any questions use my screen name at g mail.
I'm a recent Columbia graduate and will be selling my entire anesthesia library. Right now here's a preliminary list of texts. Only caveat is that I'd prefer to sell the entire collection.
1. Miller's Anesthesia Vol. 1 & 2 7e
2. Morgan and Mikhail's Clinical Anesthesia 5e
3. Basics of Anesthesia 6e
4. Valley Review "Sweat Book" 2015
5. Valley Memory Master 2015
6. Stoelting's Anesthesia and Co-Existing Disease 6e
7. Practical Approach to Cardiac Anesthesia 5e
8. Surgical Procedures and Anesthetic Implications 1e
9. Jaffe's Anesthesiologist Manual of Surgical Procedures 4e
First I would like to mention I did not chose to attend Albany but interviewed and was accepted. My reasons for opt another program is not a reflection against Albany, it was simply about not having to relocating my family. That being said it was a wonderful interview and the program is top notch. The interview last for about three hours as you spend individual time with each program director. The conversation is very friendly and informal. Some questions are asked about experience but by no means is a grilling. You will take a critical care exam that is very similar to the CCRN exam. The classrooms are fantastic as they have their own floor of a newer building. Students are provided access to classrooms 24hrs a day. The simulation lab is truly top notch. Only judging from the interview clinical experiences seem good but nothing too special. They have a rolling admission process and I highly recommend any hopeful SRNA apply to Albany. The staff seems to really care about their students' success. Don't worry too much about your stats as they look deeper into each candidate. If I wasn't a married homeowner Albany would have been at the top of my list.
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