Brand NEW!!! eeeppp

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    Yes that would be me! I was just wanting to seek the advice and counsel of the vast nursing community ((YOU)brilliant nurses out there)) since you have all been their and done that. When i say i am brand new that means i have nothing! And was curious to the best way and route to go to becoming an RN then getting my bachelors and finally moving on to anesthesia. i have just registered for school and am being a little diverse in my studies, since it is my first year in school. So if anyone would be so very kind to advise me.
    Thank you so very much i appreciate it immensely!!! :kiss
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    I'm just starting my research into beginning a career as a nurse anesthesist. What makes you think you need a bachelor's?

    I was under the impression, from my anesthesiologist brother-in-law that a 2-yr associate degree, and 1yr ICU work would prepare one for the 2-yr nurse anesthesist program.

    Wally
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    Quote from alberella
    I'm just starting my research into beginning a career as a nurse anesthesist. What makes you think you need a bachelor's?

    I was under the impression, from my anesthesiologist brother-in-law that a 2-yr associate degree, and 1yr ICU work would prepare one for the 2-yr nurse anesthesist program.

    Wally
    Where I am, the anethetist programs are considered a masters level, so a bachelor's IS required. However, it does not have to be in nursing.

    http://www.anesthesia-nursing.com/wina2.html
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    indeed. I have a Masters in another field, so I guess we skipped over that requirement. Thank you for your response, and good luck.

    W


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