A FUTURE NURSE ANESTHETIST AND HUMANITARIAN
MEET THE NURSE WHO SAVES LIVES BOTH IN THE SKY AND IN THE OPERATING ROOM
MOHAMMAD JD, NURSE ANESTHESIA RESIDENT, PHRN, CCRN AND PARAMEDIC
Mohammad is in graduate school to become a Nurse Anesthetist and plans to have his own medical team in the future to fulfill the anesthesia shortage.
Missy: How long have you been a nurse?
Mohammad: 2.5 years
Missy: Why did you decide to become a nurse?
Mohammad: I wanted to be a flight nurse and work as a nurse anesthetist. This field gave me amazing options. Who else can say they work in the sky and in the OR, all in one? Also, I want to start a medical team to help with the anesthesia shortage around the world, so this field was perfect.
Missy: What’s next for your career?
Mohammad: Finishing up CRNA school and starting my medical team. More humanitarian work.
Missy: What areas have you worked in nursing and what area do you currently work in?
Mohammad: I work in the pre hospital setting and now, since I’m training, I’m just focused on anesthesia. I have an ICU background in neuro, medical, and surgical ICU’s.
Missy: What is one tip that you have for an aspiring nurse or nursing student?
Mohammad: A personal tip, not to let time be a factor when pursuing nursing program advance degrees. A specific tip: Never treat the numbers, treat the patient.
Missy: What’s next for you in nursing?
Mohammad: I want to start a medical team and have it running by 2021, hopefully.
Missy: Finish the statement. If I wasn’t a nurse, I’d probably be a .
Mohammad: I would be doing theater.
Follow Mohammad @mjd_theoldsoul and see how he continues to make a difference in this world every day. You’ll be just as impressed as we are!
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