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Listen to The Nursing Show podcast as AANA President Juan Quintana and AANA Foundation Senior Director of Research Lorraine Jordan talk about nurse anesthesia and the new research study, "Geographic Imbalance of Anesthesia Providers and its Impact On the Uninsured and Vulnerable Populations.". A Health Service Research study on the geographical imbalance of anesthesia providers was recently...
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Nurses were the first professional group to provide anesthesia services in the United States. Established in the late 1800s, nurse anesthesia has since become recognized as the first clinical nursing specialty. The discipline of nurse anesthesia developed in response to requests of surgeons seeking a solution to the high morbidity and mortality attributed to anesthesia at that time. Surgeons...
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The International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists (IFNA) is an international organisation representing nurse anesthetists serving the public and its members. A cross-national comparative study of the actual labor situation and work satisfaction of nurse anesthetists. IFNA - The International...
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It shall be the objective of this Association to promote the best interests of its members, cooperate with the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, facilitate cooperation between nurse anesthetists and the medical profession, hospitals and other agencies interested in anesthesia and in...
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Through activities of education and activism, the anesthesia care delivered by Wisconsin's CRNAs will be enhanced, and practice conditions and career opportunities will be maximized. Our professional organization members are active in government relations and public relations to promote the...
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Oregon currently has more than 350 CRNAs serving Oregonians in all care settings, 40% of whom practice in the non-metropolitan and rural regions of Oregon. Oregon is largely a rural state and is home to 25 critical access hospitals, all of which utilize CRNAs for their anesthesia services. The Oregon Association of Nurse Anesthetists itself dates back to 1935 and is the professional association...
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To comply and cooperate with the directives as dictated by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetist To cultivate among its members a desire and need to provide high quality anesthesia services. Thank you for attending the Fall Conference! We hope you enjoyed it. Please mark your calendars for the Spring Conference which will be in Deadwood, May 13-15, 2016. To encourage mutual...
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For Patients We advise patients to learn as much as they can about their anesthesia options. Please browse our broad range of patient resources. Learn More. Become A Vendor We believe in forming collaborative relationships, so that each of us can leverage the important work of the other. Learn More. Why Get Involved Get access to exceptional training and career opportunities and stay up to date...
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NJANA serves as a resource for CRNA’s, the nursing and medical professions, hospitals, health care facilities, patients, and others interested in the practice of nurse anesthesia through continuing education programs and political and public advocacy and education. In collaboration with the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, NJANA offers its members resources supporting the continued...
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The Pennsylvania Association of Nurse Anesthetists promotes Nurse Anesthesia practice by striving to increase public awareness regarding the capability of these advance practice nurses to act as providers of quality health care. It is the purpose of this Association to promote, through continuing education, the science and art of anesthesiology as provided by CRNAs in all practice settings. In...
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The Ohio State Association of Nurse Anesthetists supports its members delivering high quality anesthesia care, ensuring patient safety, and advancing the art and science of nurse anesthesia. Learn More. Opioid Guidelines for Management of Acute Pain to Prevent Overdose. Membership Management Software Powered by YourMembership.com. Learn more about anesthesia, patient safety, FAQs and more.
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To our members, first I thank you for being a member. Next, I ask that you check this website at least once a week so that you can stay up-to-date on the latest news that affects your profession. Links to matters of urgency and importance will be posted on the right side of this opening page. Contact information for your Board of Directors is located in the drop down menu along with useful...
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Celebrate National CRNA Week with Us! This year’s theme, “Making a Difference, One Patient at a Time,” reflects how CRNAs dedicate themselves to each of their patients before, during and after surgery. CRNAs stay with their patients throughout their procedure to ensure the safest anesthesia experience possible. More than 49,000 CRNAs and student registered nurse anesthetists […]. The FDA...
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Welcome to the Iowa Association of Nurse Anesthetists website. The purpose of this site is to keep members of and those interested in the IANA informed and educated on important events and issues that are occurring in the health care environment. CRNAs are advanced practice nurses with specialized graduate-level education in anesthesia care. In the state of Iowa, nurse anesthetists are licensed...
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CRNAs are anesthesia specialists who administer more than 32 million anesthetics to patients in the United States each year. The nurse anesthesia specialty has a history of nearly 150 years. CRNAs represent a commitment to high standards in a demanding field. The educational requirements to become a CRNA are extensive. Prior to applying for admission to a graduate program in nurse anesthesia, a...
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Here you can find information on Certified Registered Nurse Anesthesia, practice resources, upcoming events, and more! Members can connect with CRNAs all over the state and link in to local, state, regional, and national programs. MANA and MCNP Work to Correct Misinformation from the MSA. Massachusetts Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Inc. MSA Verbal Testimony in Opposition to SB1209/HB1996.
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CRNAs: The Future of Anesthesia Care Today is a public awareness campaign to educate 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. The campaign features a website, www.future-of-anesthesia-care-today.com, with information on the cost-effectiveness, education, safety,...
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In recognition of CRNA Week, the Delaware Association of Nurse Anesthetists will be making a monetary donation to the Food Bank of Delaware. The Food Bank of Delaware provides nutritious foods to Delawareans in need and facilitates long-term solutions to the problems of hunger and poverty through community education and advocacy. The Food Bank relies on contributions from individuals,...
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‘Tis the Season! As we are all out and about playing Santa’s helpers, don’t forget the Student Nurse Anesthetist who are studying hard, taking finals and working long hours to achieve their dreams. This is the perfect opportunity to send a little support for them. Rising among the ranks are some outstanding Student Nurse Anesthetists, the future leaders of our profession! We have the privilege...
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Barberey Starr Brooke Atwood, 77, of Little Rock died Friday, November 28, 2014. She was born November 7, 1937 in Washington, D.C. to the late Major Charles Mitchell Brooke (USMC Ret.) and Mildred Offterdinger Brooke. Mrs. Atwood served her country as a nurse and later as a nurse anesthetist in the United States Air Force and in the mid 1970s earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Chapman...
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