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Blog posts : "Nursing CRNA"

CRNA Program, Nurse from the UAE

April 14, 2016

Since I finished high school in the UAE in computer programming and IT, it has been my goal to become first a nurse and then a CRNA. Shortly after graduation, I immigrated to the US, in January of 2003.  The only people that I new in the US when I came here were my grandmother and uncle who were liv…

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Master´s Degree in Nurse Anesthesia, Saudi Woman

May 8, 2014

I want very much to attend your program at XXU because of the personal attention afforded by your small classes, excellent lab facilities, world-class faculty, and extremely high quality and accessible resource centers. I also very much appreciate your hands on approach to learning and the way that …

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Master’s Nurse Anesthesia, ICU, Filipino

May 8, 2014

As a man, I am proud to be a nurse. And as a Filipino, I am especially pleased to contribute to the beautiful diversity that characterizes the face of health care in America. I have been working as a Registered Nurse now for almost 5 years, ever since I immigrated to America from the Philippines, fo…

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MSN, Masters, Nursing Anesthesia, ICU, Pharmacy

January 11, 2013

I have reached a level of maturity and exposure in my critical care nursing where I feel completely equipped, motivated and able to handle the opportunity and rigors of a challenging CRNA program.  Moreover, these past six years in ICU, working alongside amazing CRNAs, and discussing my future in Nu…

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MSN, Masters Nurse Anesthesia, CRNA, Asian

January 9, 2013


As a girl growing up with one Thai parent and one Vietnamese parent, mostly, I looked after my mentally challenged little brother.  The care, love and attention I gave him came from my heart, and was a daily responsibility I took on without hesitation.  He needed me, was relying on me, and I was t…

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MSN, Masters Nurse Anesthesiology (CRNA)

January 3, 2013


The seriousness with which I have approached my education, volunteerism, decorated military service and two decades of practical clinical experience is evidence of my desire to take my nursing career as far as I possibly can.  Excelling in my nursing courses with Rush, earning a near-perfect GPA, …

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Masters, Nursing Anesthesia, CRNA

January 3, 2013

Throughout my adult life, I have known the value of a quality education.  Moreover, I have never lost sight of my dream: to become the finest nurse I possibly can.  In order to bring my plans to fruition, I need to enter into an academic relationship with a School of Nursing whose breadth and au…

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MSNA, Master’s of Science Nurse Anesthesia

December 31, 2012

In 2004, my successful fifteen-year career in the field of IT was brought to an abrupt end.  While I had enjoyed my time with Hyperion Services, a job in which I received many commendations, and developed many managerial, communication, IT and interpersonal skills, all within a deadline-oriented env…

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