Published Dec 10, 2002
I am new to this board and to the medical field. I am currently being trained in a hospital to be a nursing tech. This is my first step into the nursing field. My ultimate goal is to become a CRNA. I already have a bachelors degree in a non nursing or scientific field.
I am basically starting over again. Anybody else out there in their 40's who are working on becoming a CRNA? Or someone who is already established as a CRNA, who did not start until there 40's. I would enjoy hearing the saga.
Oh, yes and somebody on the board said that they are from Tennessee on the board. I live in Nashville - a great city.
45 Y/O and 1 year/3 semesters to go. its all down hill from here!!! I have a final this AM so I'm off to study a bit more.
renerian, BSN, RN
I am going to be 46 and am in my graduate program. Not the same as you were looking for but still school......
Just wanted to wish you luck on your road...it's a long one but very achievable. Although I am not yet even a SRNA, I am at a point in my life which I thought would never come.
Am 39, just finished my 1st trimester. Good luck, its worth it.
~~~~~~~~ Soon to be 37!..............One semester down, 7 left! I, too, believe it is worth it! ~~~~~~~
They have a saying in colleges...........the older you get, the better you do, the more you retain, and the longer you can endure. :D :D
I will leave it there....lol
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