Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) / Anesthesia

Making an Investment in Nursing

Making an Investment in Nursing

Juan Pineda, RN, always knew he wanted to work in health care, but his career path took a few detours along the way. After a stint in the finance industry, he finally found the way back to his true passion--nursing.

Culturally Competent Nurse Anesthesia Care

Culturally Competent Nurse Anesthesia Care

The changing demographics of the citizens of the United States compels health care providers to adapt and deliver culturally competent care to underrepresented minorities, particularly in the nurse anesthesia profession.

Following in Her Footsteps

Following in Her Footsteps

In the mid 20th century, Goldie Brangman became a barrier-breaking trailblazer for equal opportunity in the nurse anesthesia profession. Today, at age 92, she continues to serve as an inspiration to minority CRNAs.

Yes You Can (Succeed in Nurse Anesthesia School)

Yes You Can (Succeed in Nurse Anesthesia School)

No one ever said that earning a master's degree in nurse anesthesia is easy, but it doesn't have to be the impossible dream. Five minority anesthesia graduates who have "been there" share their personal strategies for successfully navigating a nurse anesthesia program—and completing it.

From Minority Nurse to Nurse Anesthetist

Though it’s less than a year old, a program for increasing diversity in CRNA education is already showing promising results

From RN to CRNA

A severe shortage of nurse anesthetists plus a growing need for culturally and linguistically competent anesthesia care make this advanced practice specialty an ideal career for minority nurses.

Nurse Anesthesia: A Specialty with Endless Opportunities

Nurse Anesthesia: A Specialty with Endless Opportunities

Because of the autonomy, one-on-one patient care, and critical-thinking skills required, becoming a CRNA can lead to many exciting career paths

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