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  1. Hi, I am a B.Sc.(Hons) Nursing graduate, and I am currently employed as an anaesthetic nurse. This is my first 'real' work experience in the nursing job (after 4 years practice as a student), and definitely working in an unkown environment as the theatre. Hope that I would find this site useful in sharing my experiences and gaining more tips from other members.

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    Joined: Oct '06; Posts: 2

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  3. by   Tweety
    Greetings! Welcome!
  4. by   Wash31
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    Hi, I am a B.Sc.(Hons) Nursing graduate, and I am currently employed as an anaesthetic nurse. This is my first 'real' work experience in the nursing job (after 4 years practice as a student), and definitely working in an unkown environment as the theatre. Hope that I would find this site useful in sharing my experiences and gaining more tips from other members.

    Hello to everyone!
    Congrads on your schooling. I saw were you said that you are a anesthesist nurse. Did you have to go to school just to do anesthia? Here in the united states, you have to get your 4 years degree in BS Nursing, and then do one year of nursing in ICU, and then go through total stress to get accepted in a Nurse Anesthetist school. Once you get in there, you have another 24-36 months of schooling before you are one. If you didn't have to go through all that, you are lucky. Do you like it so far? Tell me what you think of it, because that is were I am going. Hope to hear from you soon.
  5. by   nitsuj_7
    After having successfully finished the degree course in nursing studies we were called to work with the government, filling up tha available vacancies. I chose to work at the theatre as a nurse anaesthetist. Once you start working at the theatre you have 3 months orientation, and meanwhile you can also apply for a Continuous Development Programme for Recovery and Anaesthesia Nurses.

    Well, after 1 week work experience as nurse anaesthetist I can say that the job involves a great deal of satisfaction. There is a lot of homework and practice to be done in order to be really confident in what you're doing, and you always need to aim to gain trust by the anaesthetists. All in all, I love the job!

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