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- Aug 17, '11 by woohI'm not understanding why you're going nursing at all if you don't want to be around people...
- Aug 17, '11 by ChicagoICUNurseI would *highly* suggest more that 1 year of ICU experience. You will be administering anesthesia to patients during surgery. This is not the job for those who are just looking to make $$$.
- Aug 17, '11 by KatieMIQuote from LMT2BSNAFAIK a CRNA has to deal with at least 5-6, and more often twice or trice more than that, people at any moment. Only one of them is (hopefully) going to be asleep, and the rest commonly represents the worst sample of nuts, crazies or both... and no one leaves the room till the case ends.Hello All,
3. I don't mind paying my dues in bedside nursing, but I would be happier in a less social, investigative, research type position.
- Aug 17, '11 by LMT2BSNThank you everybody for your suggestions and critiques. They are very helpful.
Quote from woohI just wanted to point out that I never said that I don't want to be around people, just in a less social setting. Certainly that's understandable to some degree. Since I'm not familiar with all units and specialties within nursing I can't provide a great example. But, I would assume, while both have the investigative aspect I'm looking for, ED would be extremely "social" and OR would be less. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.I'm not understanding why you're going nursing at all if you don't want to be around people...
Thanks again everyone.
- Aug 17, '11 by wtbcrnaQuote from KatieMIReally, then how do breaks work where your at.....?and no one leaves the room till the case ends.