Beyond the Mask Podcast Named AANA Public Relations Award Winner

When we started this podcast nearly three years ago, the goal was to spotlight our fellow CRNAs and bring attention to the past, present, and future of the profession. Thanks to everyone that’s joined the show, listened to an episode, and sent in feedback, we’ve been able to grow well beyond our expectations.

This month we’re proud to announce that the show hit another milestone. Beyond the Mask is one of the 2021 AANA Public Relations Award winners, which we couldn’t be more excited about. Every year, the AANA Communications Committee honors and officially recognizes state associations, individuals, or other entities in three different categories for outstanding public relations efforts that contribute significantly to the positive image of the nurse anesthesia profession, and we’re beyond grateful to be recognized during one of the most difficult times in healthcare history.

Hosted by Jeremy Stanley, EA, CFP®, AIF, and Sharon Pearce, DNP, CRNA, FAANA, the weekly podcast has been highlighting many of the most important discussions and events happening within nurse anesthesia thanks to the incredible guests that have shared their time.   

Over the past year, we’ve been able to explore the CRNA field through in-depth conversations, lively debate, and storytelling. The show has also dedicated time to helping CRNAs better position themselves and their families from a financial standpoint by discussing topics dealing with everything from retirement and investing to planning for your 1099 business.  

Along the way, we hope the show has been able to spread a positive, yet realistic image of the nursing world and the hurdles we face. Thanks for being a part of our success and thank you, once again, to the AANA for this award.

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