Published Feb 21, 2005
Are there CRNA's in the UK or in any of the former British colonies like the Bahamas or Jamaica?
If you are looking for immigration I think in the UK you have to be RN
I was asked a friend in the UK if they had them. She didn't know what they were. When I explained she replied "OH my goodness no. Only drs do that." Maybe it will change one day.
For our UK friends who don't know what it is. A CRNA is a RN who has additional training (master's degree) and and is a Nurse anesthetist.
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