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Do any of you CRNAs out there think that your training is the same or better than that of an Anesthesiologist who did a 3 yr. residency after medical school? If so, how?

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Do any of you CRNAs out there think that your training is the same or better than that of an Anesthesiologist who did a 3 yr. residency after medical school? If so, how?

New thread material please!

ZAHMAN

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I smell TROLLLLLLL. NotamannurseanymoRCC I sense a little hostility in all your posts. Why come to a nursing board if you hate the nursing model and think that nurses think they are better than MD's? Studentdoctor.net has forums for nurse bashing as well as nursing school drop outs. There you can get ALL your anger out, love. Here is not the place:)

Blessings, love, and peace.

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deepz specializes in Anesthesia.

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Do any of you CRNAs out there think that your training is the same or better than that of an Anesthesiologist who did a 3 yr. residency after medical school? If so, how?

Dear troll, try this to up your BP:

http://www.gaspasser.com/

cheers!

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major troll. check out all his posts he made within only two days. putting down nurses in his misguided notion that nurses believe they are = to MDs. get a clue.

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Geeeeeeeezzzzzzzzz ppl! I was just curious about the differences, if there are any, between MDAs and CRNA. I guess this is a touchy subject. Deepz, ty for the link to http://www.gaspasser.com, it was interesting to read that brief synopsis on CRNAs. Pokey_sn, I am afraid I do not understand what the term troll denotes but I am sure it is not a good thing; the reason I have come to a nursing board is that there are many ppl that claim that one of the factors that causes communication problems between nurses and physicians were the physician's lack of understanding of the functions and goals of the nurse; reading, responding to, and initiating my own posts is my attempt to learn more about the role and importance of nursing to healthcare. As a physician, I would hope that by familiarizing myself with practicing RN's/LPNs/NPs through these message boards may in fact give me at least some fleeting insight into a profession that operates hand-in-hand with medicine. And yes, I am a nursing school dropout, so what; there are other ppl that start one career and drop put to pursue nursing, I am doing the same thing, except I am pursuing medicine.

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Do any of you CRNAs out there think that your training is the same or better than that of an Anesthesiologist who did a 3 yr. residency after medical school? If so, how?

The latest word according to my MDA resident friends is that an MDA residency will soon be 4 years long. The key here is that internship will not be required. Instead of doing an internship, MD's will go straight into a residency program. This is an other good move on the part of the ASA. They can now claim that MDA's have an additional four years of concentrated anesthesia studies after MD school.

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Geeeeeeeezzzzzzzzz ppl! I was just curious about the differences, if there are any, between MDAs and CRNA.

the reason I have come to a nursing board is that there are many ppl that claim that one of the factors that causes communication problems between nurses and physicians were the physician's lack of understanding of the functions and goals of the nurse;

As a physician, I would hope that by familiarizing myself with practicing RN's/LPNs/NPs through these message boards may in fact give me at least some fleeting insight into a profession that operates hand-in-hand with medicine.

hey there.

i do not care if you are here to "stir the pot - turn the heat up."

you do not come here seeking knowledge, you come here to piss people off. if you want to familiarize yourself with nurses, talk to them face to face, attend a staff meeting, get out of bed @ 3am and visit them. they are there 24/7. as a med student you must have plenty of time to do this since you apparently have so much time to spend here on a nursing site.

do not come here and try to pretend your doing research. your insulting our intelligence.

as a physician you wll have the opportunity to tell people what to do, write orders, decide a person's fate. decide what kind of doctor you will be. i do not mean surgeon, or cardiologist. i mean a good one or a bad one - have respect for ALL the people you will work with and encounter and you will be one of the good guys.

gc.

ps. you already know the answer to your first question - differences between crnas and anesthesiologists. it is why you switched right?

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I think this guy didn't know about CRNAs as a NS. You would have put up will all that "***wiping and bedpans" as you said, if you had known that you could have become a CRNA, eh?

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Any intelligent physician should know to befriend nurses...otherwise your life can easily be made into a living hell. A good medical school should have taught you this fact! You'll either learn the easy or hard way, but it appears you've started on the wrong foot. Good luck.

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Check out his other posts, he doesn't even have a college degree yet, much less be attending medical school!! He's simply a nursing school dropout. So why are we giving this person the time of day??? :rolleyes:

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