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Life As A CRNA
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Posted: Tuesday Feb 23, 2021
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Finding A Job – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (5 days ago) For example, when I graduated, I had a job offer from an academic medical center and another offer from a large healthcare system. With the academic medical center, I knew that I would be working across several different clinical sites and be exposed to a wide variety of cases.
Admission Requirements – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (4 days ago) The reason being is because I was exposed to a wide variety of cases where most of the patients I took care of were extremely sick and required a tremendous amount of care from health care professionals of all specialties (e.g., nurses, physicians, social workers, physical therapists, care managers, etc.).
Shadowing a CRNA – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (7 days ago) Probably one of the most critical steps towards applying to nurse anesthesia school is to shadow a CRNA because how will you really know that this is something you want to do if you don't even have an idea as to what they do on a daily basis? Prior to shadowing, please please please do…
Writing Your Essay – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (5 days ago) Obviously, as a nurse or any healthcare provider for that matter, your primary goal is to be able to provide compassionate, evidence-based driven, competent care. However, I also believe that as one moves into an advanced practice role, one is looking to expand his/her responsibilities not only from a personal standpoint, but from a ...
My First Year – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (21 days ago) I was one of the lucky few to spend an aggregate of 6 month of training at a hospital prior starting my employment there. I graduated in August 2014, took boards two weeks after graduating and spent 3 months relaxing before beginning work in December 2014. Take A Break First A word of advice to…
Private Practice: Is It Worth It? – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (4 days ago) I'll be coming up to my 2 year anniversary since beginning my career as a CRNA. My full time job is at a major academic medical center, but I'll moonlight at multiple surgery centers around the city. I started my foray into private practice around 6 months into being a full-fledged CRNA and boy, was…
We Need A New Job Title – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (1 months ago) Okay, I apologize for the run-on sentences and what can be construed as a rant, but bear with me. Having the title of certified registered nurse anesthetist is a mixed bag. Don’t get me wrong. I’m proud to be a CRNA, and I’m proud that my background is in nursing. However, the one part of…
Pension – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (4 days ago) How retirement income is calculated: At the place of my employment, I am vested into the pension plan after 5 years of full time employment. Thank goodness I accrued 3.5 years of credit as an RN at this institution before coming back as a CRNA.
Pros and Cons of the DNP/DNAP – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (3 days ago) The Argument For A DNP/DNAP. The move towards the DNP as an entry level practice degree is a huge positive for nurse anesthetists. The provisioning of health care services, including anesthesia services, is much more complex today than it was 30 years ago.
W2 vs. 1099: A Breakdown of Finances – Life as a CRNA
Posted: (4 days ago) *Quitting this job to go 1099 next month. The hours are interfering with family life considerably. **Your salaried job sounds great. Like Like. Reply. lifeasacrna says: December 27, 2018 at 9:39 pm. Thanks for the feedback. I’m only comparing a 40 hour work week with a 40 hour work week in private. It’s possible that with all of the extra ...