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CRNA, Foreign-Trained Nurse Anesthetist, Arab

September 12, 2017

I suppose this application will be unusual because of the fact that I am already an experienced nurse anesthetist having qualified and then practiced this specialty in my home country of Morocco for over four years.  The specialty appealed to me because it is academically and professionally demandin…

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CRNA Nurse Anesthesia Masters, Lebanese

February 18, 2017


I grew up in war torn Lebanon until the age of 17, flying alone to Los Angeles in 2006 to build a new life. I grew up accompanying my physician father on his rounds. Pain medicine is scarce and expensive in Lebanon, if it can be found at all. Many if not most wounds continue to be painful for a li…

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CRNA, Nursing Leadership, Scuba Diver

April 21, 2016


My favorite spot is underwater. In fact, I was engaged to be married 40 feet underwater this past January 6th, 1014. As a very hard working nurse who wants very much to become a CRNA leader, diving helps me to stay physically fit, emotionally balanced, and to dream and wonder creatively about what…

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Masters CRNA, Nursing Anesthesiology

April 5, 2012

In 2008, I brought my successful fifteen-year career in the field of IT to a close. While I had enjoyed my time with Hyperion Services, a job in which I received many commendations, and developed extensive networks in managerial, communication, something had always been missing, a level of personal …

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MSN Nurse Anesthetist, New Zealand

February 29, 2012

Throughout my adult life, I have known the value of a quality education. 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 hope to be accepted to your School of Nursing because I am especially attracted to the breadth and autono…

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MSN Nursing Anesthesia, CRNA, White Male 911

February 29, 2012

I am one of many Americans profoundly affected by the events of 9/11. My own response to this tragedy was to launch upon an intense re-evaluation of my priorities, moral, economic, personal, at the deepest or most intense level, concerning what could make my life the most worth living. By the Fall o…

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