Why I Became a CRNA: Sharon Pearce

Sharon Pearce, CRNA, MSN CRNA since 1992 I have known I wanted to be a nurse since the second grade. How I arrived to that conclusion is another story for another day! I was a nursing student in the early ‘80s – big hair and all – enrolled in an associate degree program at my

President of American Association of Nurse Anesthetists

Social The Magazine – by SocialSam In addition to the hard work they do every day, medical professionals often lead the charge in ensuring a better understanding of their industry and creating a better appreciation for the humble careers they have. At the forefront of advocacy for the Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) profession is