National CRNA Week
National CRNA Week is the AANA’s annual celebration of anesthesia patient safety and the nation’s nearly 54,000 Certified
Registered Nurse Anesthetists and student registered nurse anesthetists who safely and cost-effectively provide more than 49 million anesthetics each year. Known as National Nurse Anesthetists Week as recently as 2014, the updated name
for this popular event helps patients, hospital administrators, healthcare professionals, policymakers, and others become more familiar with the CRNA credential and the exceptional advanced practice registered nurses who have earned it.
Celebrate National CRNA Week:
January 24-30, 2021!
Promotional Ideas for CRNA Week
Before National CRNA Week
Promotional materials will be posted here in November 2020 for National CRNA Week 2021.
During National CRNA Week
In the News
News about National CRNA Week and the many activities going on around the country are posted during National CRNA Week.
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After National CRNA Week
Participant Questionnaire - tell us what you liked about National CRNA Week 2020, and add your suggestions for what you would like to see for National CRNA Week 2021.
Enter your activities in the Public Relations Recognition Awards competition.
About this Event
National CRNA Week is celebrated the last full week in January on an annual basis. 2021 marks the 22nd National CRNA Week, which began in 2000.
CRNAs: The Future of Anesthesia Care Today
This public education campaign is designed to inform key audiences about the role and value of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) in delivering anesthesia care in today’s—and tomorrow’s—U.S. healthcare system. Visit the website today!