$0-10,000 (Votes: 152)
$10,000-20,000 (Votes: 64)
$20,000-40,000 (Votes: 53)
$ >40,000 (Votes: 76)
I, too, thought "mid-level" referred to educational level and never took insult. I request...
Maybe they brought in the ice.
If you're using ML to mean mid level, and is directed at CRNAs (and NPs and PAs), then that is what...
I think this is a good point and I'd like to address it, because I think it has a lot of relevance...
Would anyone happen to know of a position, preferably in a state west of the Mississippi, that has a schedule of 2x24's or a 24
Depends on the schools involved. In the state of Georgia for example, Physics 211 is the same course statewide within the University System of Georgia,
I'm not on an admissions committee, but I'd say not so much. Lot's of CRNA's got their start at a CC. I'm sure not a few physicians did too.
I do have one question that came up:
Do CRNA programs look down upon folks who got their start in nursing at a community college?
No worries, I've got thick skin.
Looks like I will probably roll the dice on going back to school for a year or two