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    The Nurse Anesthetist is adept in all aspects of anesthesia care, utilizing a highly specialized knowledge base and skill set in the planning, delivery, and evaluation of anesthesia and pain management. CRNAs are able to work independently from a physician’s supervision, but state guidelines and the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists regulate their autonomy and scope of practice. My goals in nursing have always been to positively influence the lives of patients and families, find fulfillment in my work, and make a valuable contribution to the nursing profession. In an attempt to positively influence the lives of patients and families, competent and compassionate care has been my foremost focus. Illness is both physically and emotionally…

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    Nurse Anesthetist are more than just your average nurse. Administering anesthesia is a serious job and can’t be taken lightly. Anesthetists need to get their CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist) before they can apply for a job. The hours and responsibilities can be very difficult to juggle sometimes, but it is definitely worth it in the end. VALUES People in this field value support, relationships, achievement, working conditions, recognition, and independence. Supportive and…

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    credit must be earned within the 2 year period prior to the nurse anesthetist’s upcoming recertification date or, if the applicant’s recertification period is shorter than 2 years, within the shortened period prior to the applicant’s upcoming recertification date” (Continuing 14). The credits do not have to be earned at a specific time as long as it is done during the recertification period. It is possible that if one earns CE credits outside of the recertification period they will carry over…

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    am cold but sweating through the first pair of scrubs I have ever donned. My eyes are following the squiggly lines dancing across various monitors; bleeps and bloops bounce around my ears as the scrub nurse hums the tune playing in the background. I feel my face tighten. A smile has taken refuge behind my mask because I want to be a part of this and I know I can contribute by training in and eventually providing anesthesia. Ms. Bobbi, the CRNA I am shadowing ushers me to the head of the bed and…

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    Anesthetist (CRNA) include: a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) or other appropriate baccalaureate degree, a current license as a registered nurse, at least one year’s experience in an acute care nursing setting, graduation from an accredited graduate school of nurse anesthesia (these educational programs range from 24-36 months, depending upon university requirements, and offer a master’s degree), all programs include clinical training in university-based or large community hospitals,…

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    Certified nurse anesthetist are different in comparison to pediatric nurses. Many people may think that there is no difference between them because they are both nurses, but people do not understand that each nurse has a completely different specialty. The two types of nursing jobs have different tasks that need to be completed, different education requirements, different annual pay rates, and different benefits that come with the job, but each nursing job has similarities, including these two…

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    Due to a never ending demand in health care occupations, the growth in job opportunities will continue to occur for nurse anesthetists. For example, the growth rate for APRNs like nurse anesthetists is predicted to grow 31% from 2012 to 2022. “Several factors, including health care legislation and the resulting newly insured, an increased emphasis on preventative care, and the large, aging baby-boom population will contribute to this demand” (“Nurse”). Bureau of Labor Statistics expect the…

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    this is where they stand during the procedure, making sure the person stays unconscious and healthy. They are an amped of version of a painkiller that help to soothe and relax patients going through immense pain. The ones responsible for this are Nurse Anesthetist, they take on a big role in operating rooms such as that of a surgeon. CRNA’s have a lot to accomplish before they can work, it requires a lot more than an average nurse. They first need to have a minimum of a masters in nursing, some…

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    I never dreamed I would become a CRNA because I always thought I would become a computer engineer. I came to America at age 13 in 2003. I was a very studious young child who graduated both middle school and high school with excellent grades. My excellent grades in high school gave me opportunity in choosing between full scholarships between two schools. Unfortunately, I was also an illegal immigrant, and had to decline both offers because I did not possess a green card which would have made me…

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    g a registered nurse anesthetist (Becoming a CRNA, n.d.). The Fundamental Beginning to my College Career While attending college, students realize how much previous schooling has affected their current strengths and weaknesses in the educational environment. During my time in EDUC 1300, I have gained and refurbished many skills not only necessary for the remainder of my college education, but also required for my place in the workforce in the near future. As a class, we tackled many topics to…

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