So, let me see if I understand you. CRNA schools
do not have written procedures and processes in place to deal with underperforming students, and therefore intimidation is necessary? Are MDA's and CRNA's in teaching positions so lacking in communication and people skills, that they cannot get a point across otherwise?
I've read through a couple of the other threads on this forum, about students being criticized for ekg lead placement, taping eyelids shut vertically or horizontally, or IV taping methods. Are students corrected in the clinical over skills + rationale that are not taught, supported by research and are simply matters of personal preference? If my ekg leads are getting a good tracing and are not close to the incision, is this a patient saftey issue?
I know I sound like a question machine; these questions have been building up since I began researching this field. I hope you all can give me some direction.
Can one enter CRNA school and expect to be taught in a non hostile enviornment?