Need some advice!

  1. I have been reading various posts on here stating that Med/Surg experience is very valuable, especially right out of nursing school. I have a 'ways' to go before I finish nursing school, but I already know that I want to eventually become a CRNA. You have to have at least 2yrs ICU experience though. My question is would it be better to go into Med/Surg tech for a year and then into ICU for 2 yrs, and then apply for CRNA school?? Which is the best route to take?? How much will MEd/Surg nursing prepare you for ICU nursing? Or are they similar enough to where it really doesn't matter. I would love to hear from veteran (or non-veteran) nurses! Thanks!
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    About Spoiled1

    Joined: Apr '04; Posts: 462; Likes: 70
    RN; from NC , US
    Specialty: Step-down ICU


  3. by   inna
    I would go right away to ICU if they are willing to train a new grad.....
  4. by   Renee' Y-Y
    Find a critical care will be the best thing you can do for yourself if CRNA is your ultimate goal.