Why Not Perioperative Experience? - page 2
I know that this has been asked before in different ways, but bear with me, please. And I apologize in advance for the frustration that will probably come across. Nothing personal :) I would... Read More
Feb 1, '13Joined: Dec '11; Posts: 17; Likes: 7Yeah, well I may submit an application to one just for S and G, but I'm not hopeful. All the other things I've read make it sound like you have to already know everything and that the school just confers the degree on you when you're done. I know that's not true, but it certainly seems that way. And now several schools want CCRN, as well, and this whole DNP business is enough to make a guy wonder what is going on. Thanks for the positive comments. Good luck to you in the rest of your program!
Feb 2, '13Specialty: 18 year(s) of experience ; From: US ; Joined: May '04; Posts: 1,298; Likes: 302wanted to say good luck! and the dnp or other phd thing is coming to all advanced practice roles it seems, not exclusive to crna.
do what feels like the best for you, that will interest you, and have that job satisfaction!