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Introducing a brand new CRNA owned continuing education group. We offer top of the line education that includes cutting edge ultrasound training. Our introductory seminar will be held in Big Sky Montana March 2014. This conference will offer 24 high quality CEs for a very inexpensive price per CE. The lectures and lab are given by and taught by CRNA’s; this is a 100% CRNA faculty. They are the best of the best and represent a very vast geographical and professional group. The event is constructed
I need help choosing a state where my husband and I will live for the next five ears. He is a medical school grad and will have a chance to do residency in:
The decisive factor is CRNA independence, restriction of practice, ability to practice regionals, etc.
We need help ASAP. Please, anyone with information, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or write here.
Any tips and advice on how can I be accepted to CRNA school.?
- BSN (Philippines)
- [U]GPA 2.8[/U]
- CCRN, CVRN I CVRN II (going for CMC & CSC)
- +3 years work experience (Trauma/Surgical ICU) County Hospital Level I Trauma.
- Handles CABG, MVR, AVR, ventilators, etc, cardiothoracic patients on multiple drips.
- Organic Chem A+ (US)
- Didn't reach 1000+ on GRE, but planning to retake again.
Please give me tips and advice. I can go
Originally Posted by RAYMAN
A MDA NEVER has to pass boards to practice....NEVER. Most of the ones I used to work with were not certified. The same doesn't work for us...we don't pass we don't get to play or get paid...why cut our noses off to spite our face?
Hey, just found out about this site!!! looks great, I have been a CRNA for 20 yrs and currently live and practice in NYS. Look forward to participating and being involved in our professions growth.