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BSN-DNP Nurse Anesthesia, Bilingual Latina

I especially love being a bilingual Spanish/English nurse because of the great need that exists here in the USA for dedicated and well-trained professionals on the front lines of service to the underserved, those with the greatest, often life-threatening needs; and those who also tend to receive the…

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DNP CRNA, Nurse Anesthesia, Nigerian

I moved from our native Nigeria to Nashville Tennessee when I was 8 years old. Now, 26 and a very hard working, licensed FNP. I hope to be selected to your competitive Nurse Anesthesia program in part on the basis of the fact that I have earned a 3.9 GPA during my graduate studies so far, in additio…

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CRNA, Active US Air Force, Aero-Medical

I am an active US Air Force Reservist and, for the last four years, I have worked as a qualified flight nurse in an Air Force Aero-medical Evacuation Squadron. In my civil nursing career I have undertaken a very wide variety of roles since qualifying in 1996.  I now seek to apply and extend my signi…

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CRNA Nurse Anesthesia, Husband, Father

I would feel profoundly honored to complete my Masters Degree in Nurse Anesthesia at XXXX College’s highly respected program. I am applying to your program primarily out of respect and admiration for your central goal of creating student-centered partnerships with clinical sites. Another factor is t…

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Master’s Nurse Anesthesia, ICU, Filipino Male

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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