US News- 2004 Best Graduate Schools - page 2

For those "shopping" around for Anesthesia Schools, I understand US News and World Report is about to release their long awaited rankings--among many categories, it will include the nation's best... Read More

  1. by   ASU_Sdvls
    I am not knocking any of the schools on the list, to say the least. I respect each and every one of them in graduating SRNAs who are well versed in their field of expertise. Living in Virginia, I have known the reputation of VCU's program for a number of years. It is well known throughout the commonwealth. I was just pointing out the methodology used by US News & World Report in compiling the list.
  2. by   smogmatt
    It's interesting that the Medical school rankings also only had 53% response rate from deans and faculty (Law programs had a response rate of 70%).

    Correct me if I am wrong but less than 51% of the population voted in the last election.
    Maybe 50% isn't that bad after all.

  3. by   ASU_Sdvls
    I bet you a bunch of people who didn't vote in the last election wish they had. They are probably looking for a job right now.

    If one critiques a nursing article in a journal, one of the things a student must do is look at the reliability and validity of the study. This comes after the literature review, theoretical framework, and data collection metods analysis. That is all I am doing--suggesting the limitations of a particular aspect of this study's design and procedure.
    Last edit by ASU_Sdvls on Apr 26, '03
  4. by   g8rlimey
    Your comments are always welcome...and this critique will always go a long way in furthering any profession.

    BTW Where are you planning on going ASU_Sdvls?