I currently work in inpatient psych and I really enjoy it. However I've recently been considering becoming a CRNA in the future. I know I'd have a ways to go before I can meet the prerequisites for CRNA school. I have a BSN, a 4.0 GPA, and all the science prereqs. What I obviously do NOT have is critical care experience. For critical care experience, I was thinking about transferring to the NICU (level IV) in a year. I know most schools want adult ICU experience, so I would probably transfer to the adult ICU (cardiac surgery?) after a few years in NICU to gain that experience. Would this be sufficient experience for CRNA school?6 months Med-Surg/Tele2 years Psych *(I know M/S and psych experience aren't considered)2 years NICU (level IV)1 year Cardiac Surgery ICUI know it's kind of a weird route to get to CRNA school, but I have a specific interest in NICU and want to gain experience there as well prior to adult ICU. I do plan to shadow a CRNA (and shadow in the NICU) prior to any of this. Hope this makes sense, I'd appreciate any insight you have for me!