MON, JUN 12, 2017

Thinking About Becoming a CRNA? These Top SRNA Hacks Will Help

The role of CRNAs in perioperative surgical care has never been more important, however the road to becoming a CRNA may not be all downhill. While many nursing students aspire to become CRNAs, there are those who do not fully understand what it takes to be successful in this rewarding specialty—from the type of on-the-job experience to optimizing their chances of getting into a program.

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) are highly skilled advanced practice registered nurses who specialize in the field of anesthesiology. As licensed independent practitioners, CRNAs undergo significant post-graduate education and training averaging 30 months and culminating in a master’s or doctoral degree in nurse anesthesia. Choosing the right school at which to study and earn your degree, is an important step towards a CRNA designation. 

Somnia Anesthesia released a Top SRNA Hacks Infographic, which outlines the top five hacks aspiring CRNAs should know. If you have your bachelor’s degree in nursing, are a licensed RN with at least one year of experience in a critical care setting, and want to take your career to the next level, these hacks will get you started and even give you an advantage over the competition. 

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