Why become a crna essay

Directions
The questions below are just to get you thinking. You do not have to answer any of them, you are free to write a short narrative (500 words) about why you became a CRNA on your own. However, if you are more comfortable responding to the questions below, feel free to do so. These profiles will be placed in the Becoming a CRNA section of the AANA website to encourage those interested in the profession to see why others have become CRNAs. Please return your profile to: Cathy Hodson, Public Relations Manager, chodson@ . If you have any questions, contact her at 847-655-1147. Thank you!

Photos
If you have a photo to accompany your profile, please email it to the above email address. The photo should be in .jpg format, and of you only. Please send a photo of you in professional dress (scrubs) or formal business clothes (suit or dress) – a portrait, in other words. If your photo is larger than 1 MB in size, please mail the photo on a CD to: Cathy Hodson, AANA, 222 S. Prospect Ave., Park Ridge, IL 60068. 

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