Are you a CRNA Leader?
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Are you a:
- Chief CRNA
- Employer of CRNAs
- Military Specialty Leader of CRNAs
- Anesthesia Department Chair/Head
- CRNA Practice or Group Owner/Partner
If you answered YES, we'd like to talk with you. The NBCRNA Research Team is looking for CRNA leaders to participate in an interview with the NBCRNA Visiting Research Fellow for a study on the value of the credential. Questions? Contact email@example.com.
The primary goal of this study is to help the NBCRNA better understand Chief CRNAs’ and other organizational leaders’ perceptions and perspectives on the overall value of the CRNA credential, continued board certification requirements, and the CPC Program components.
Research Study Background
The National Board of Certification and Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA) embarked on a multiphase research initiative aimed at gaining a deeper understanding on the value of the Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) credential from their stakeholders. In 2020, NBCRNA launched their first phase by conducting a national survey aimed at the CRNA stakeholder to investigate the CRNA perspective on the value of the CRNA credential throughout their career. During the second phase the NBCRNA is supporting Dr. Nicole Hymel CRNA, DNP, the Evaluation and Research Advisory Committee’s inaugural Visiting Research Fellow, conduct an exploratory research study to better understand the overall value of the CRNA credential, continued board certification requirements, and the CPC Program, from the perspective of CRNA leaders.
Get to know NBCRNA's Visiting Research Fellow
Nicole Hymel, DNP, MSN, CRNA