Sessions to Focus on Opioid Crisis

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of overdose deaths involving opioids (including prescription opioids and heroin) quadrupled since 1999. From 2000 to 2015, more than half a million people died from drug overdoses. Because of this widespread problem, and because CRNAs are on the frontlines when it comes to access […]

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Overview of Saturday and Sunday Educational Opportunities

A variety of topics will be presented during the weekend sessions at the Annual Congress. Most of the educational sessions will take place in the mornings, including sessions focusing on practice management and the opioid crisis. Below is a sampling of the sessions being offered. For a full list, check the Annual Congress program or […]

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Come for the Education

The AANA 2017 Nurse Anesthesia Annual Congress first and foremost serves as a premier source of educational programming for nurse anesthetists. This year’s Annual Congress offers more educational opportunities than ever before and an easier way to tailor the experience to your needs. Topics covered by various sessions truly run the gamut of nurse anesthesia […]

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What to do in Seattle

With the nation’s premier museums, outdoor areas, and attractions, a more appropriate question might be, “What isn’t there to do in Seattle?” The city not only contains nationally recognized landmarks like the Space Needle and Pike Place Market, it also boasts world-class dining, shopping, and nightlife options. While the majority of visitors visit downtown, there […]

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Be Sure to Download the App

The AANA 2017 smartphone app can help all attendees navigate the Nurse Anesthesia Annual Congress. The app lets users get the most out the convention by providing a comprehensive database of speakers, session dates and times, networking events, and a map of the Washington State Convention Center. Users will be able to keep track of […]

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