One Year (Votes: 94)
Two Years (Votes: 196)
Three Years (Votes: 137)
Four Years (Votes: 110)
Five years or more (Votes: 463)
Wishful thinking on your part, but keep repeating those "facts" and maybe you trick some people...
pesky thing, those facts
Is that because you are are too simple to assign an appropriate PS yourself?
Awesome post, very well written too! I like how you started two of your sentences with " in...
In actuality, the patients and the parents feel more secure with an anesthesiologist taking care of...
So I'm interested. you are in PA school now? Are you crna as well? If so then why PA vs NP and how do you plan on using both degrees.
Yeah, these are things I'm learning in PA school. I figured you guys had the anesthesia questions covered and things like this shake it up a bit. I thought
I think I learned this on this website some time ago. Thanks for the reminder though. No useful application just yet, but an interesting piece of knowledge.
Sorry for the delayed reply...I'm sweating out some long hours. Someone from our group is supposed to round on inpatients so I usually leave it to them.
I'm guessing these case scenarios you present are things you're learning/have learned in PA school? Much more primary care than CRNA. I'm thinking going