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sicurnccrn

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sicurnccrn has 6 years experience and specializes in Surgical/Trauma ICU.

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  1. Hey SRNA's! Question for you. Once accepted into CRNA school, did you let your certifications (CCRN, TCRN, CEN, etc.) lapse? I know you obviously have to keep current ACLS, BLS, PALS, etc., but didn't know if anyone continued with CE's and all the requirements to keep their critical care certifications active. Didn't know if there was any benefit to keeping them active vs. letting them expire. Thanks for any input!
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    Masters vs DNP?

    Thanks for your posts! Appreciate it for sure :)
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    Masters vs DNP?

    Awesome insight. Thanks for the reply!
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    Oakland University CRNA 2020

    I received a call today and was offered a spot.
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    Masters vs DNP?

    I guess this should’ve been worded differently.. Are there any real benefits to choosing a DNP program over an MSN program if you were accepted to both? My concern with choosing an MSN program is if they are going to require you to have a DNP when you graduate.. will it be more difficult to find a job/get hired if you graduate with a masters?
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    Masters vs DNP?

    Trying to choose between two programs and debating the MSN vs DNP route. Anyone have any insight on pros/cons to both? Masters is way cheaper and you can always go back for your doctorate after working.. but also wondering if there is going to be a higher demand to hire DNP CRNA’s over masters prepares CRNAS.. any insight there? Thanks in advance!
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