1. How much does malpractice insurance
cost and do you have to buy it to practice. Also, WHAT does it take to qualify for this insurance?
2. Is there any difference in earnings and job opportunities for CRNA's depending upon the TYPE of CRNA degree you earn (Master's in Anesthesia verses Masters of Nursing Science).
3. What are the threats and opportunities to the profession from a regulatory perspective?
4. Which classes or elements of clinicals typically cause people the most problems?
5. Which areas of the country have the best and worst opportunities for CRNA's?
6. If you want to go on and earn a Ph'D how much extra schooling will this require?
7. What are the most common mistakes made that can kill or injure people?
8. What do you hate about your job as a CRNA?
9. How will technology impact CRNA's as a profession? Any serious threat of AI/robotics dimishing the need for CRNA's in the next twenty to fifty years?
10. Which schools admit larger class sizes and which small?
11. Internationally are there any job opportunities for CRNA's?
12. When you earn 130K+ a year or so in income what kind of taxes do you end up paying on all that dough? Are there any write offs commonly employed by CRNA's?
13. Which types of procedures do most CRNA's hate to do (epidurals?). Is working on kids and older people really tough?
14. If you're an honest person what do you tell hospitals when you are applying for an ICU job to get critical care experience?
15. What do you know NOW that you WISH you had known before you applied to CRNA school or entered the profession?
16. You mentioned working in school above. How about JUST working on the WEEKENDS only (I know of one person locally earning time and half who ONLY works day shift Sat and Sun).
17. Should you accept money during CRNA school for the future commitment of working at a specific institution?
18. If you're NOT accepted the first year you apply how can you go about developing a stronger application for the next time?