Why are many of my fellow nurses becoming CRNA ‘s?

Tweet Role One of the oldest advanced nursing roles is that of the Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA). Nurses have been providing anesthesia care since the Civil War and are the main source of anesthesia care to the military today. Nurses anesthetists practice all types of anesthesia in many settings safely. They are educated to […]

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CRNA: Why it’s better than Cleaning Poop

Tweet I see many nurses choosing to become certified registered nurse anethetists.  Here’s a few reasons why: 7. MONEY- Yes it is sad to say, but the world does revolve around those grimy green bills. As a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) you will be making anywhere from $150,000 to possibly $175,000 or more depending […]

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@nursewendy needs more Apple Strudel PopTarts

Tweet There is only one thing in this world I truly need. (Other than chocolate or chocolate martinis.) And that is Apple Strudel PopTarts. The problem is (1) They are only rarely carried in the stores around my house and I end up needing to buy a case through Amazon and (2) When I finally […]

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How betting on Adam Lambert could have made you rich.

Tweet My husband is good for a few things; taking out the trash, killing mosquitoes (actually the Mosquito Magnet does that, but he sets it up), taking out the trash, and taking out the trash. But he is also good when it comes to financial stuff. A few years ago, he found out about this […]

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Why I drink vodka.

Tweet (Before I lost over 100 lbs I drank a lot to forget who I was, now I drink to celebrate who I’ve become. I went from the fat girl with a brittle smile ’cause I hated who I was, to now being the life of the party, with a happily forward personality that makes […]

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Why I quit prison nursing Part 2. Some good stuff but not for me.

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Prison nursingTweet So yesterday I wrote about some of the challenges in prison nursing. Today I will mention there are some positives, if you like independence in your position, but overall, it wasn’t for me. Back to my experience: I quickly found out that on […]

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Why I quit prison nursing. Part 1. Fake seizures, fake bloody vomit.

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Prison nursingTweet A few weeks ago, my bud @nursewendy, posted about the generalities about prison nursing. (You can read her post here: Prison nursing facts) The first thing I’m going to warn you about, and I did say warn you, if you are offended by […]

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