Upcoming Meetings and Workshops
Did you enjoy all the educational offerings of the AANA Annual Congress? The learning doesn’t stop in Seattle! Check out these upcoming workshops from the AANA, and hone both your clinical and political skills. For all upcoming meetings, visit the meetings page.
Upper and Lower Extremity Nerve Block Workshop
This program, Oct. 7-8 at AANA headquarters in Park Ridge, Ill., will expand the skills and expertise of CRNAs using upper and lower extremity block anesthesia. The program will include case studies, hands-on demonstrations, return demonstrations, and skill validation. Register today.
Spinal/Epidural Workshop with Obstetric Essentials
This comprehensive workshop, Oct. 25-28 in Park Ridge, Ill., combines two of AANA’s most popular live CE activities, the Essentials of Obstetric Analgesia/Anesthesia Workshop and the Spinal and Epidural Workshop. Earn valuable Class A CE credits and stay current with expert lectures and hands-on instruction. Attendees receive a copy of Clinical Techniques of Regional Anesthesia: Spinal and Epidural Anesthesia Techniques, 3rd edition edited by Charles Reese, Ph.D., CRNA. Register today.
Fall Leadership Academy
This year’s Fall Leadership Academy, Nov. 3-5, is in suburban Chicago. Learn to lead change and become an influencer with expert speakers and six educational tracks including Advocate and Workforce, Business and Facility Leadership, Federal Political Director, State Grassroots Advocacy, State President-Elect, and State Reimbursement Specialist. Register today.
Advanced Pain Management Workshop Part II
The second installment of AANA’s Advanced Pain Management Workshop, Nov. 5-6 in Rosemont, Ill., offers CRNAs practical experience in interventional pain management. You will have the opportunity to learn and practice pain management techniques on human cadavers and simulators. Completion of Advanced Pain Management Part I and Advanced Physical Assessment for Pain Practice (which took place DATE) is required in order to register for Part II. Register today.