You know? I was asking myself this question. (What is Allnurses.com telling me-- should i even get into nursing because it seems like some people are really unhappy or wouldnt even advice their offspring to go nursing). In my case, I have no choice.
I'm about to start going back to school for nursing but i don't want to be a bedside nurse--not if its a bunch of drama... wait, then again, that sounds like fun too though cause i love drama
! I want to be a CRNA, that is different right? At least I have read that there is a complete change in job description from being a regular RN. Its more surgery based and not PT care based except for the person you are keeping asleep.
Please advice! I wouldn't mind going through the Nursing experience, actually i have too! Like I know i will have to in order to achieve CRNA, you know? I wouldn't want to get stuck as an RN to be honest. Not from the things I hear here.
P.S. How hard is it to be an RN and continue working on CRNA? If you are a CRNA, please tell me how the job differs from RN. I want to get a real experience feel for it. I will be shadowing a Neurosurgeon this week, a mentor of mine, that will help me understand im sure.