Quote from jwk
You could also have the assumption that it's simply uncommon .........
Since AAs are so few, their involvement with SRNAs will of course always be uncommon.
>>From a 2002 ASA newsletter. Anesthesiologist assistants: (snip)
> ....Currently, 525 AAs practice in Georgia and 84 practice in Ohio. No
> other state
> has more than eight assistants in practice, and most states have none
> 8 percent of Emory's graduates went on to medical school. Almost 35
> percent of Case Western's graduates went on to medical school ......
After 30 years of training AAs at two programs, not much to show.