Published Jan 24, 2005
Just curious after being through some of the postings here. What are the top 10 CRNA schools in the country. I know they were not ranked but still would probably want to know about good schools. I am sure ultimately where ever I get in that would be the good school :chuckle but still curious to know about some reputed programs.
This topic has been addressed just recently, so if you check the search function, you may find your answer. If you still need info, then ask again. Good luck
There really is no standard on what program is better than another. Look at what the program has to offer you and decide what is the best one for you to attend. Do some research on the program, call the program and talk with faculty, staff, students, etc. Every program has its own set of pros and cons and it's up to the individual to determine them. I'd advise that you look at the AANA site and find out what schools are nearest you and begin your research with those institutions.
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I agree with the posts above and, IMHO, it does not matter where you go as long as you feel that you will get a great education and clinical experience. Not many patients ask where you trained. If they do, either they are medical people or just being curious. And, if you go to school far from where you practice, most have no idea where it was that you trained.
It is a bit different if you are going into academics. If so, ask an academian.
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