SRNA Adventures

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About 'SRNA Adventures' Channel

Read about the weekly dramas of a student registered nurse anesthetist. Learn what it's like to be in CRNA School and ho...

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Recent News

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Apr 2, CRNA Army Reserves

[...] Discover how joining the Army Reserves as a student in CRNA school can be rewarding both financially and experientially. [...]

Apr 2, Army Reserves Vs. Active Duty

[...] between joining the Army Reserves vs. Active Duty as an affordable way to go through CRNA School. [...]

Jun 12, Students Get Little Respect

[...] One of the biggest adjustments to CRNA school has been going from being a respected professional back to the bottom of the totem pole - a [...]

Dec 7, How to afford crna school???

[...] Me and my wife are wanting to go to crna school at the same time, if we both got accepted to the same school and decided to go for it, how [...]

Sep 15, Agree.

[...] By 2020 Nurse Anesthetists will be hired in place of Anesthesiologists and will receive higher pay than current pay. [...]

May 23, Doctors hating on CRNA's

[...] The nurse anesthetists are highly trained and know their stuff. There is no need for a doctorate degree; a masters [...]

Feb 11, Bravo to the nurses!

[...] to advanced practice nursing only strengthens patient care. I have been taken care of by Nurse Anesthetists in the [...]

Apr 22, Put up or shut up

[...] Anesthesia school is not easy… live with it. I am currently in Anesthesia school at UC, and our motto is “embrace the suck” and on a lighter note “CRN-B” [...]

Apr 22, Put up or shut up

[...] Anesthesia school is not easy… live with it. I am currently in Anesthesia school at UC, and our motto is “embrace the suck” and on a lighter note “CRN-B& [...]

Sep 15, Eh...

[...] of us we have far more than a few years of education. For myself, by the time I'm done with anesthesia school [...]

May 1, SRNA Adventures: Mid SRNA Crisis

[...] A second year SRNA fantasizes about what her life will be like when she graduates the CRNA program. [...]

May 4, Low science GPA

[...] Hi, I recently applied to a CRNA program and did not get an interview. They said their cut off point was a science GPA of 3.2. As many [...]

Dec 9, CRNA Schools by State

[...] accredited CRNA schools listed by state and everything you need to know about each school's CRNA Program. [...]

Dec 9, Nurse Anesthesia Programs by Application Deadline

[...] Programs listed by application deadline and everything you need to know about each school's CRNA Program. [...]

Apr 15, SRNA Adventures: Caring for the Guilty

A second year SRNA relates her experience providing care for those who've brought medical emergencies upon themselves. [...]

Apr 15, SRNA Adventures: Nurse Anesthesia Mission Trip

Experience the joys and sorrows of a nurse anesthesia student's mission trip experience. [...]

May 1, SRNA Adventures: Mid SRNA Crisis

A second year SRNA fantasizes about what her life will be like when she graduates the CRNA program. [...]

Jun 5, CRNA Job Options

[...] Do you want to become a nurse anesthetist? Know the many different areas of anesthesia that CRNAs can choose from. [...]

Apr 1, SRNA Adventures Humble Advice

[...] Humble advice from a second year student registered nurse anesthetist. [...]

Aug 5, We Are Hiring

[...] We are hiring! If you are a nurse anesthetist and wish to share your experience with others, please join our team! [...]

Sep 15, doctors are running nursing careers

[...] me believe that nurses are not in control of their own schooling system. Having to get a doctorate degree for anesthesiology [...]

May 23, Doctors hating on CRNA's

[...] The nurse anesthetists are highly trained and know their stuff. There is no need for a doctorate degree; a masters is good enough. Now if the nurse wants [...]

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Apr 2, CRNA Army Reserves

[...] Discover how joining the Army Reserves as a student in CRNA school can be rewarding both financially and experientially. [...]

Apr 2, Army Reserves Vs. Active Duty

[...] between joining the Army Reserves vs. Active Duty as an affordable way to go through CRNA School. [...]

Jun 12, Students Get Little Respect

[...] One of the biggest adjustments to CRNA school has been going from being a respected professional back to the bottom of the totem pole - a [...]

Dec 7, How to afford crna school???

[...] Me and my wife are wanting to go to crna school at the same time, if we both got accepted to the same school and decided to go for it, how [...]

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