I am finishing up my BSN this year, set to graduate in May. I did an externship in an ICU this summer and was planning on doing my last clinical in the neonatal ICU... I just am more drawn to helping out the little babies. I know that SICU/CVICU is really preferred experience, and that I could get into school quickest with that type of experience. But my heart is really with helping out the little ones... for anyone who got into CRNA school with NICU experience, how many years did you have when you applied?? (or, if anyone can share stories of classmates they know that works too!) I'm just wondering if it is possible to get in with 2 years, because that is the amount I would aim to work in an adult ICU before starting the program.
Thanks for any answers with your very busy lives!!!!