FREE Webinar REPLAY: Clinical Rounds: Office-Based Dental Anesthesia Practice (0.50 Class A CE Credit)

CRNAs and SRNAs are invited to learn from AANA’s Dental Advisory Panel about considerations, requirements, and barriers for CRNAs providing dental anesthesia in office-based settings. As an increasing number of patients of all ages and complexities seek sedation and anesthesia for dental procedures, it is important to keep patient safety central to the delivery of this type of care.

Learn more about the essential aspects of dental anesthesia, such as business considerations; state licensure, permit requirements, and compliance; monitoring and equipment requirements; clinical considerations and anesthesia techniques; reimbursement arrangements; barriers to practice; and AANA resources.

Learner Outcomes: Describe CRNA office-based dental anesthesia practice, including business considerations; state licensure, permit requirements, and compliance; monitoring and equipment requirements; clinical considerations and anesthesia techniques; reimbursement arrangements; barriers to practice; and available AANA resources.

Moderator: Cathy Harrison, DNAP, MSN, CRNA

Panelists: Ali Baghai, MS, CRNA Jason Jarrett, CRNA Stephen Smith, MA, CRNARegister

 

AANA/Support the Front’s Well-Being for CRNAs & SRNAs – Session 3: Healing from Within (1.00 Class A CE)

Join Jason Kniola MS, NCC, LMHC, LCAC, LCPC, and Matthew Zinder MS, CH, CRNA  LMFT as they lead an open discussion, followed by Q&A, on mental health, wellness, self-awareness, and tips on what the provider can do to heal from within. You’ll leave with tips to improve self-awareness and self-preservations.

This program has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 1.00 Class A CE credits; Code Number 1040127; Expiration Date 1/17/21.  
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FREE Webinar: Clinical Rounds: Office-Based Dental Anesthesia Practice (0.50 Class A CE Credit)

CRNAs and SRNAs are invited to learn from AANA’s Dental Advisory Panel about considerations, requirements, and barriers for CRNAs providing dental anesthesia in office-based settings. As an increasing number of patients of all ages and complexities seek sedation and anesthesia for dental procedures, it is important to keep patient safety central to the delivery of this type of care.

Learn more about the essential aspects of dental anesthesia, such as business considerations; state licensure, permit requirements, and compliance; monitoring and equipment requirements; clinical considerations and anesthesia techniques; reimbursement arrangements; barriers to practice; and AANA resources.

Learner Outcomes: Describe CRNA office-based dental anesthesia practice, including business considerations; state licensure, permit requirements, and compliance; monitoring and equipment requirements; clinical considerations and anesthesia techniques; reimbursement arrangements; barriers to practice; and available AANA resources.

Moderator: Cathy Harrison, DNAP, MSN, CRNA

Panelists: Cameron Durden, MN, CRNA Jason Jarrett, CRNA Stephen Smith, MA, CRNA

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AANA/Support the Front’s Well-Being for CRNAs & SRNAs – Session 2: Resolutions for a Healthy New Year

Join Rodrigo Garcia, MBA, MSN, APN-BC, CRNA, and Terry Harman, Ph.D., LCAC, LMHC, LMFT as they lead an open discussion, followed by Q&A, on considerations for a new year of opportunities and potential stressors. You’ll leave with tips on goal setting, perseverance, self-inventory, and societal expectations, and earning 1.00 Class A CE Credit.

This program has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 1.00 Class A CE credits; Code Number 1040080; Expiration Date 1/3/2021.