Yes. And as you indicated, there are probably some areas in the US that graduate very few CRNAs, and other areas in the US that have many CRNA programs and graduate thousands at a time, thus contributing to a regional oversaturation problem.
CRNA's. She just said RN's oversaturation was a regional problem not a national one, and if so I wanted to know which regions were not hit then. I was making a point in relation to CRNA oversaturation which she claims is regional also.