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    Posted: 07 Jul 2010 at 9:06pm
Hi, I'm new to the forum, and I was wondering if there are any former RRT's out there going through any of the AA programs? If so, has your RT background helped you get through school and in current practice? Do you like being an AA more so than respiratory? Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
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Hi - you may want to contact Prf Tim Miller at Nova, he's a RT, now AA.
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Hi Sputumsucker,

I too am an RRT strongly considering AA. I had originally been on the RN to CRNA route. I really like the option of AA, and the time that it could save me (35 been working critical care Resp x10yrs). I have not applied, or even looked into schools yet, I would imagine my goal would be Nova as I am a Floridian.

Have you, in your experience, noticed that you were awarded any "career credit" during interview processes? What school are you in? Are you happy? How long were you an RT? Would you mind posting your journey, or emailing me privately?

I am honestly looking for feedback from a fellow RT because i know what we know, and also what we don't. I have always been interested, but like many, life got in the way. Is it too late for me? Am I too old for school (i dont personally think so )?

Feedback would be GREATLY appreciated!

PS I do realize that I am answering your question with a question (I hate it when people do that lol). I just figured you are one or two steps ahead.....hindsight 20/20
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