Have been accepted into the CRNA program at St. Elizabeth hospital in Youngstown and will be starting in August
A couple of thoughts: I gained some very useful information from this board (during the application process)and am thankful & appreciate the efforts of those who have/continue to post!! If you have not been accepted - keep knock'n on that door brothers & sisters because it WILL open....... 1 year, 5 applications and 3 interviews later - it did just that!!
To those who have started school or now working in the field: What one or two things did/have you discovered that surprised you after starting in your program??? ie. workload, friendliness of faculty, difficulty keeping laundry washed,etc.
Have read some threads dealing with free time leading up to the start of studies: some have suggested a little review and others have suggest enjoying the free time now because it will DEFINITELY be a thing of the past. Any other thoughts on prepping/not prepping before starting a program???