So I am about to finish my ADN and was planning on blitzing through my BSN (I already have a bachelors so it's only like 28 credits) while working and then applying to CRNA school. I was hoping to get in before the doctorate cut off. I went into nursing planning on becoming a CRNA from the beginning. I shadow at the hospital I work at with the CRNA's pretty regularly and I am a 4.0 so far. The problem is I hate nursing school
, like I am miserable every day because of the extra stuff they add on. Such as papers about how important holistic medicine is, or interviewing local seniors to write papers about what cultural groups they identify with.
So my question to you guys is, what is CNRA school like? Is it more hard science and skill's based (Like I would imagine PA or MD school would be like) or is it more like nursing school where we spend a very large chunk of time learning that we should be using guided imagery instead of pharmaceuticals to manage pain.